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.
The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total.