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Image rectification. Original image (left) and rectified image (right).

Image Rectification is a transformation process which removes the central perspective from photographs. It can only be applied to plane surfaces. Projecting faces, such as oriels or alcoves, will be reproduced with a perspective error, either too large or to small.

The listed articles contain more information about the various aspects of image rectification integrated into metigo® MAP, such as planning the image capture on site, the correction of images, the different rectification methods and mounting several images to an image plan.