Digital Photogrammetry Workshop, 2017

Photogrammetry Workshop (Jan 2017)

Digital photogrammetry is a technique for acquiring 3D geometric information from real-world objects. This technique has extensive application in architecture and engineering fields, especially in the area of visualisations.

This hands-on workshop focused on the data capture and processing of a heritage building (for its complex geometry). We will also be deploying drones (pending permits) for aerial photogrammetry.

Please check out http://cat2.mit.edu/test/unity_webgl_test/ f for a sample of the visualisation of Kangakuin Villa, Japan, made by Prof. Takehiko Nagakura (MIT).

Instructors/Facilitators

This workshop was between 9 to 14 Jan 2017. It was led by Prof. Takehiko Nagakura (MIT), Prof. Yeo Kang Shua (ASD), Prof. Foong Shaohui (EPD) and Prof. Yeung Sai Kit (ISTD) with the assistance of MIT Teaching Fellows, Rachelle Villalon and Woongki Sung.