Photogrammetry

Photogrammetry

Photogrammetry involves capturing 3D information about an object or location through radar, sonar, lidar, or digital photography. The digital scholarship team at St. Lawrence University uses digital photography to “scan” objects that we recreate digitally using photogrammetric software such as PhotoCatch and Agisoft Metashape. This means taking several photographs (typically 100 or more) of one object…

Photogrammetry

Photogrammetry

Digital Scholarship resources Photogrammetry Interested in creating your own 3D model using digital photography and photogrammetric software? We can help. Photogrammetry involves obtaining information about physical objects and the environment through the process of recording, measuring, and interpreting photographic images. Photogrammetry Resources Interested in learning more about photogrammetry? Related Projects

AR, VR, and Mixed Reality

AR, VR, and Mixed Reality

The digital scholarship team is partnering with various faculty members to explore the use of Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, & Mixed Reality in the classroom.    Thomas Caulfield ’82, CEO of Global Foundries, significantly helped to advance the digital scholarship initiatives with a recent gift of HTC Vive Virtual Reality System for the Owen D. Young…

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