[Case Study] Using Photogrammetry to Immortalize a Historical Landmark

How real can the virtual get? Quite real. Photogrammetry is a technology that allows us to recreate real-life objects and spaces in the virtual world while retaining photorealistic qualities and life-size scales. This article will explore how this technology works, why it can become a powerful tool for educators, and how you can leverage it in your curriculum designs. What is Photogrammetry?

The 3D software manufacturer Autodesk describes Photogrammetry “as the science and art of extracting 3D information out of 2D images. The process involves taking overlapping photographs of an object, structure, or space, and converting them into 2D or 3D digital models.” In lay terms, it essentially means that if you have sufficient 2D images of an object, from enough angles, with enough detail, specialized software can help you reconstruct the 3D geometry of the original object based on the information found in the 2D images.

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