Workshop: Digital Photogrammetry for Structural Geologists
NOTE: OWN LAPTOP REQUIRED
Dr Stefan Vollgger from Monash University, Australia will give a 1-day workshop on the principles of Structure-from-Motion and how to use this technique to aid 3D visualisation and interpretation of field data.
This 1-day workshop is designed for all structural geologists that are interested in generating digital outcrop models using Structure-from-Motion Multiview Stereo (SfM MVS). In this workshop attendees will learn a “best practice digital photogrammetry workflow” including image acquisition (choice of camera/lens, camera settings, image overlap, survey layout), the use of markers/ground control points and scale bars, the right choice of processing settings and how to share and export generated spatial datasets. All attendees will be processing UAV imagery of a coastal outcrop using the digital photogrammetry software package Agisoft PhotoScan Pro. During the training, attendees will also be introduced to CloudCompare, a free and open-source point cloud editing software which allows to extract structural data (e.g., bedding measurements, fracture orientations, etc) and much more from 3D point clouds.
Sunday, July 1st 2018, 9-5
Montgenevre Cinema, France
Note that the registration fee will be processed in Australian Dollar
(AUD 150 = approximately GPB 82 = approximately EUR 95)
50% refund if cancelled before 18/05/2018. No refunds if cancelled after 18/05/2018.
Registration is through the Monash University’s shop: use this link.
Workshop is limited to 20 attendees (first come, first served).
Please bring your own laptop (no computers will be provided).
This workshop is suitable for both beginners and experienced users of Agisoft PhotoScan Pro and CloudCompare.