I have a beautiful reconstruction using drone footage from a DJI Air 2s. Sometimes the GPS data is close enough that I don't even have to modify it. like altitude of the ground, without adding a single control point is within 1m of google earth's value (not relying on this, but it's good enough for my purposes)
Other times, the altitude value has been off by 100s of meters. the reconstruction is still solid, but the whole reconstruction is in the wrong place.
I've tried using a single ground control point but that changes the orientation, and messes everything up.
I literally want to shift the whole reconstruction so that GCP_A_Reconstruction (1) is aligned with GCP_A_FromMap (2)
what I WANT to do is grab all the cameras and move them by a uniform vector. I don't want to mess up the reconstruction or anything like that.
Point 1 is attached to the model. and I copy/pasted the lat/lon from the point placed on the map, and kept the actual altitude from the model. So point 1 should be the anchor that moves everything into place.
Point 2 just represents the point that point 1 is supposed to be on the "map" I used it to grab the lat/lon to apply to Point 1.
Again, literally if I took the Point 1 lat/lon/alt and calculated the offset from there to the actual phyiscal point, I'd want to apply that offset to the reconstruction globally.
Thanks in advance for any help
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