1. landervast's Avatar
    Is it possible to use 360 cameras to do photogrammetry. In theory wouldn't it be a faster way to get all the surroundings in one go?
    10-16-2016 03:27 AM
  2. Russell Holly's Avatar
    Typically we need a pair of sensors to measure depth. 360-degree cameras are used as a single sensor on either side of a sphere, so they can't see the same information together.
    10-16-2016 05:49 AM
  3. landervast's Avatar
    Canīt one set a rig of more than one 360 camera, wouldn't that reduce the number of photos needed?
    10-16-2016 08:47 AM
  4. vredison's Avatar
    Here's my demo for photogrammetry it's my statue I put in my house design.
    10-17-2016 09:46 PM
  5. vredison's Avatar
    This was done with a dslr camera and about 20 pics not to bad
    10-17-2016 09:48 PM
  6. landervast's Avatar
    Brutal. I also use UE4, unfortunately my laptop is caca. Nvidia Geforce 525M canīt do photogrammetry with it.
    10-18-2016 05:59 PM
  7. vredison's Avatar
    Yeah that was my first experience with photogrammetry and so far the last lol just testing any waters that can touch vr
    10-18-2016 06:54 PM
  8. Dave Crabtree's Avatar
    If you either used multiple 360 cams or made a rig with a know length between them then yea you can use them for photogrammetry just as you can with a normal camera. Ideally you'd want to take photos from multiple sources in a room though to get a wider coverage otherwise it will be fairly limited for vr purposes. Certainly worth exploring, even if its just for the fun of it :P
    10-27-2016 02:19 PM
  9. Dave Crabtree's Avatar
    Gave this a test last night with a ricoh theta and photoscan, the conditions weren't great as it was a bit dark and my walls are all one flat colour but took about 20 photos around my flat and it was able to provide me with some geo for it, struggled with the walls where there were no pictures or anything but it works out pretty well. Will do a test in better conditions
    10-31-2016 01:10 PM