AliceVision – Open-Source Photogrammetry Toolkit
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AliceVision – Open-Source Photogrammetry Toolkit
4 June, 2018

Take a look at a new open-source photogrammetry and computer vision framework for 3D camera tracking and reconstruction called AliceVision. The project is a collaboration between Czech Technical University,  IMAGINE,  Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse (INPT), Simula Research Laboratory, Quine and Mikros Image.

AliceVision is a Photogrammetric Computer Vision Framework which provides a 3D Reconstruction and Camera Tracking algorithms. AliceVision aims to provide strong software basis with state-of-the-art computer vision algorithms that can be tested, analyzed and reused. The project is a result of collaboration between academia and industry to provide cutting-edge algorithms with the robustness and the quality required for production usage.

Learn more details about the pipeline and tools based on it on AliceVision website.

See results of the pipeline on sketchfab.

You can find more details on GitHub

The company is also working on updates for its cross-platform app MeshRoom, an open-source 3D reconstruction tools built with the help of the AliceVision framework. 

Check out the tool in action below: 

Scanbox has recently put the tool to a test, comparing the solution with Reality Capture and Photoscan. The open source alternative is slower for now, but its results are still impressive, so make sure to give it a try. You can find the full review by Scanbox here

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