Hi RC members,
I have a set of 16 high quality(density) scans, circling the statue at both a low and high loop.
The laserscan is registered in an external program, so I am importing as 'EXACT'. and on the import it is set to colour for alignment.
I then import my set of 568 photos.
I've attached the images below showing the alignment settings I am using. Which from reading the forums seem to be a commonly used setup for when you need a little bit more from the alignment.
Once aligned there are two separate components.
The laserscanners built in camera to colour the points I believe is the issue, it is a low quality in-built camera & the statue is quite plain. I don't normally have alignment issues when doing larger scenes & buildings.
I also see the #pts: on the laser scanner inputs are low (in the #pts:100's to 10k) compared to an average of #pts:80000 for the images.
Is there anything I can try? I was thinking I may possibly need more colour difference picked up in the laserscanner and image set. possibly reshooting and adding coloured control markers or other ques so there is more features detected.
- I want to be able to align the laserscanner and image set without the use of CP's if possible.
Laser scanner component
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