August 2014 Blog Posts (3)

An Overview of Ecosynth's Web Resources

Over time, Ecosynth has established several web resources related to its mission of developing tools to measure vegetation in three-dimensions. With today's advent of the EcosynthData data-sharing site, now may be a good time to inventory Ecosynth's currently available web resources that people may want to explore.

The following websites host Ecosynth's…


Added by Will Bierbower on August 28, 2014 at 5:30pm — 5 Comments

Can I borrow your IPhone... for forest thermal imaging?

I read about the new FlirOne personal Thermal infrared (IR) imager / iPhone attachment in the SkyMall magazine (I know!) on a recent flight and had to check it out.  This little gizmo attaches to an iPhone and sends a Thermal IR signal to the camera so that a user can image heat and temperature differences.…


Added by Jonathan Dandois on August 23, 2014 at 9:57am — No Comments

An Introduction to the EcosynthAerial Python Library

Ecosynth has been developing a python library called "EcosynthAerial" that contains some utilities we think could be helpful to people running SfM point cloud workflows with Photoscan or Ecosynther. In this post, I'll show you how to get the library, give a quick overview of its structure, and introduce a couple functions that we've found to be particularly helpful in our own work.

Getting the Library

The Ecosynth library can be installed…


Added by Will Bierbower on August 15, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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