15 July 1997 Computer 3D site model generation based on aerial images
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The technology for 3D model design of real world scenes and its photorealistic rendering are current topics of investigation. Development of such technology is very attractive to implement in vast varieties of applications: military mission planning, crew training, civil engineering, architecture, virtual reality entertainments--just a few were mentioned. 3D photorealistic models of urban areas are often discussed now as upgrade from existing 2D geographic information systems. Possibility of site model generation with small details depends on two main factors: available source dataset and computer power resources. In this paper PC based technology is presented, so the scenes of middle resolution (scale of 1:1000) be constructed. Types of datasets are the gray level aerial stereo pairs of photographs (scale of 1:14000) and true color on ground photographs of buildings (scale ca.1:1000). True color terrestrial photographs are also necessary for photorealistic rendering, that in high extent improves human perception of the scene.
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Sergey Yu. Zheltov, Sergey Yu. Zheltov, Yuri B. Blokhinov, Yuri B. Blokhinov, Alexander A. Stepanov, Alexander A. Stepanov, Sergei V. Skryabin, Sergei V. Skryabin, Alexandre V. Sibiriakov, Alexandre V. Sibiriakov, } "Computer 3D site model generation based on aerial images", Proc. SPIE 3084, Technologies for Synthetic Environments: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing II, (15 July 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.280960; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.280960
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