"Chris ..... I'd like some more clarification on this one from you please mate.
"Firstly there is no ban on flying within 5.5 (3nm) of an airfield at all. The regulation is clear, the flights must be under 400ft in those areas. You also…"
"Guys I've been upgraded to Tower 3.2.1 but I'm now having troubles finding the telemetry logs. There is no longer a 'flight history' tab and when I search there's no tlogs. Has this feature been taken away or am I just…"
"My experience with Recap 360 hasn't been brilliant either, I do also find Photoscan more accurate. That said Recap 360 is dead easy to use, you don't need to know anything more than uploading the photos. It looks like Autodesk and 3DR are…"
"Azhar, apparently the Mobius has something like a 10ms delay in signal (lag/latency). If you like to fly fast, low, through and around tress that's gonna be something noticeable and will affect your FPV experience. But for flying +10m…"
Hi guys, Here is my latest experiment using my QR X350 Pro, SJ4000 and Autodesk ReCap to create a 3D photomesh of a nearby quarry wall. For more info on the mission visit my blog www.theaeroscout.com.auSee More
You need to make sure you have a MUCH HIGHER overlap ratio
between consecutive images, in the area of 70-80% overlap!
From the quick view of the image data, the data spread is too sparse and sporadic,
and needs to be much tighter and…"
"123D is free, Recap seems a little more rebus. I especially like how Recap 360 shows where the pictures are in relation to each other. From your video, Recap seems like it does a better job creating the mesh too."
"Nice work., did something similar last weekend using Autodesk 123D, My goal was to fly and create model as fast as possible. I was able to fly, upload photos (via gopro's wifi to phone) and render the project in less then 10 minutes.
"Thanks for the words of encouragement.
ReCap is very easy to use, follow their guidelines when taking the photos, upload them to site, sit back and wait. You can of course then go back into the interface and manually manipulate the images to realign…"
Hi guys, Here is my latest experiment using my QR X350 Pro, SJ4000 and Autodesk ReCap to create a 3D photomesh of a nearby quarry wall. For more info on the mission visit my blog www.theaeroscout.com.au