13 de Febrero 2006
Trimensions 3D Photogrammetry in Google Earth
A company in France called Trimensions has developed a technique using photogrammetry to convert photos of buildings into highly detailed 3D models and, of course, can convert them into Google Earth models. They recently posted an example at the Google Earth Community (GEC). You can see their example (730 Kbytes), which is a 3D Building called Quartier de La Madeleine in Paris, France. The model has an amazing degree of detail showing all windows, ledges, and even railing on a balcony. You can also compare it to the satellite photo of the building underneath the model. Trimensions does not provide any details on their technique at either their web site or in the post. But, they do have some pictures of other buildings there.
GEB has previously shown examples of highly detailed 3D buildings here and here by Dr. Andrew Hudson-Smith at his blog Digitally Distributed Environments. Andrew has already published a number of buildings in London, England. Perhaps he inspired these guys at Trimension? Anyway, it's nice to see these really cool 3D building models!
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