From Reality to Virtual: An Introduction to Photogrammetry

Screenshot of a photogrammetry project. Shows a 3D modeled house with 2D photos surrounding it.

In one intensive six-hour session, students will learn how to create digital 3D models of buildings, rooms, and/or objects using DLSR cameras and Agisoft Metashape software.

  • Module 1 covers principals of photogrammetry recording and data capture in the field.
  • Module 2 familiarizes students with the Metashape workflow and optimization techniques for photo/model processing.
  • Module 3 discusses how to export the models you make and use them for 3D printing, as video game assets, and for public sharing.

Note: Attendees must bring their own SD cards.

Instructor: Professor Mike Jarvis
Where: Studio X, Carlson Library First Floor and off-site locations (likely Mt. Hope Cemetery)
When: Sunday, 3/20 from 12:30 to 6:30pm