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Can you combine Blender with photogrammetry? It appears that the answer is actually positive! Cicero Moraes and his team have created a tool called OrtogOnBlender that will let you use photogrammetry techniques inside Blender.
Our experimental version of OrtogOnBlender already made photogrammetry inside that software, thanks to Python scripting and OpenMVG + OpenMVS free libraries!
Are you excited? You can get the files from Cicero here and try the thing for yourself.