Posted on November 14, 2017 at 12:00 AM by Chuck Fox
We talk a lot about all of the neat things you can do with laser scanning, but there are times when it may not be the right, or only solution, for your specific needs. We often use a data capture method called photogrammetry. This practice involves the use of photography in order to survey, map and measure distances between objects.
Both tools work to capture spatial information about an object or a scene. While the objectives of both 3D laser scanning and photogrammetry are similar, depending on the size of your project, the required degree of accuracy and the budget you are working with, one should consider what method will best serve you. Our team of visualization experts can help you determine which option will best meet your unique needs. To do that, we need to make a few important considerations.