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  1. IMAGECOORDINATES OF PRINCIPAL POINT • ( , ) INTERIORORIENTATION • PRINCIPAL DISTANCE C • IMAGE DISTORTION I.O. PARAMETERS

  2. STEREO EVALUATION RELATIVEorientation + • EXTERIOR orientation ABSOLUTEorientation • PLOTTING • FILE EDITING

  3. RELATIVEORIENTATION CLEARING OF THE PARALLAX VON GRUBER POINTS R.O. Observations Rel Parallax residuals (Pixel) PHOTOGRAMMETRIC MODEL IS FORMED

  4. ABSOLUTEorientation At least 3 Control Points per model Good C.P. Distribution A.O. Observations Residuals X,Y,Z in terrain units (m)

  5. ORIENTATION RESULTS Sigma – naught (pixel) Planimetric and altimetric Sigma – naught (m) O. R. O. A. Coordinates of the projection centres (m) Rotation angles

  6. THE PROBLEM OF THE CONVERGENT TAKINGS a STEREO COUPLE CONVERGENT COUPLE a>15° stereoscopy missing POSSIBLESOLUTIONS WITH STEREOMETRIC PRO MONOSCOPIC PLOTTING EPIPOLAR RESAMPLING

  7. MONOSCOPIC PLOTTING SEPARETED OBSERVATIONS OF THE CORRESPONDING POINTS • IMAGE CORRELATION (automaticmode) • EPIPOLAR GEOMETRY (semi-automaticmode)

  8. EPIPOLAR GEOMETRY ORIGINAL IMAGES NORMALIZEDIMAGES PARALLELISM OF THE EPIPOLAR LINES STEREOSCOPIC PLOTTING

  9. ORIGINAL IMAGE NORMALIZEDIMAGE CONVERGENT IMAGE NADIRAL IMAGE EXAMPLE OF EPIPOLAR RESAMPLING

  10. THE PLOTTING • STREO-READY CARD – OPEN GL

  11. SUPERIMPOSITION

  12. EXAMPLE OF AUGUSTUS’ TEMPLE • EXTERNAL FACADE OF THE MAIN DOOR

  13. WESTERN INTERIOR FACADE – PLOTTING AND CROSS-SECTIONS

  14. Perspective view of the plotting

  15. Perspective view of the plotting

  16. The indipendent models planimetricadjustment altimetricadjustment model 2 model 1 AERIAL TRIANGOLATION WITH INDIPENDENT MODELS

  17. D.S.M. CONSTRUTIONwith DEM MANAGER - Galileo Siscam • COMPARISON WITH DEDICATED SOFTWARE FOR INTERPOLATION D.S.M.: DIGITAL SURFACE MODEL

  18. INTERPOLATION PARAMETERS SET UP • AREA BOUNDARIES • DSM INTERVAL • BREAK LINE

  19. Searching range FAULT TRACES

  20. wire frame axonometricview FINAL RESULT OF THE INTERPOLATION

  21. RENDER RENDER with VECTORIAL PLOTTING RESULT OF THE DSM

  22. COMPARISON OF THE RESULTS D.E.M. with DEM MANAGER D.E.M. with SURFER

  23. EASY AND SIMPLE USE AND INTERFACE Short training time EPIPOLAR RESAMPLING For convergent camera axes IMAGE CORRELATION Help for non-expert operators and in monoscopic projects NOT PARTICULARLY SUITED FOR TERRESTRIAL SULVEYS FEATURES OF THE WORKING STATION

  24. POSSIBILITY TO PASS CONTINOUSLY FROM ONE MODEL TO ANOTHER ONE NOT POSSIBLE TO FORM A MODEL WITH TWO DIFFERENT CAMERAS POSSIBILITY TO INPUT THE CAMERA STATION CO-ORDINATES

  25. DIGITAL STEREOPLOTTER RFD EVOLUTION By Geotop, Ancona, Italy 5)

  26. topics: HARDWARE FOR STEREO-vision PLOTTING WITH RFD EVOLUTION FEATURES

  27. HARDWARE FOR STEREO VISION Transmittiter Control Unit NuVISION 60GX Mouse CRYSTAL EYES

  28. Starting with RFD EVOLUTION RFD EVOLUTION pane Composed by seven elements

  29. Point list in R. and A. Orientation Image list Model list Plotting Tree-Structure of “RFD EVOLUTION” Orientation and Plotting

  30. DATA INPUT Camera NEW PROJECT: Images Step 1: File System of the new project

  31. NEW PROJECT : step 2: Definition of the parameters step 3: Camera selection

  32. NEW PROJECT : step 4: Image selection and position

  33. NEW PROJECT : step 5: “Piramide” creation “Piramide” creation

  34. INTERIOR ORIENTATION • PrincipalDistance C • Image Distortion observed fiducial marks

  35. Fiducial Marks Observation Mark Identification

  36. INTERIOR ORIENTATION Computation of the parameters Run of the adjustment Results Residual Analysis

  37. STEREO MODE observation of homologous points RELATIVEORIENTATION + • EXTERIOR ORIENTATION ABSOLUTEORIENTATION • PLOTTING • EDITING

  38. RELATIVEORIENTATION OBSERVATION OF CORRESPONDING POINTS

  39. ABSOLUTE ORIENTATION • MODELORIENTATION • At least three Control Points • Aerial Triangulation • with indipendent models

  40. ABSOLUTE ORIENTATION Control Point co-ordinates input