Photogrammetry can provide an excellent and rapid means for mapping historic buildings. Often these have highly complex and irregular geometries that would make surveys using conventional techniques extremely time consuming. The image below is the
gatehouse of Kidwelly Castle in South Wales
Click here to see an example from Kidwelly Castle in South Wales where Imagemaster Photo was used to model two photographs and co-ordinates from a GPT-7003i total station and produce a 3-D model in under one hour (including fieldwork!).
Egyptian Pharoah Example
Close-range photogrammetry can yield extremely accurate models of sculptures and artifacts. Below is an impressive model from a photograph of an Egyptian statue. download (3 MB)