I teach at UMCP in the Department of Geographical Sciences' professional masters in GIS program. One class that I teach is an advanced remote sensing class focused on lidar. I would love to bring Ecosynth into my course, perhaps as a lab assignment. That way I can introduce my students to a low-cost alternative to lidar for generating point clouds.
I have yet to use Ecosynth myself, so I'm a bit of a beginner (my expertise is mostly in lidar remote sensing).
I see you have a "Getting Started" page (http://ecosynth.org/page/getting-started). I'll start with that as I try it out, but I wanted to know if anyone had any good example datasets or tutorials that would be appropriate for students. Something I could transform into a lab assignment for demonstrating how one can take aerial imagery data from a UAV and generate 3-D point cloud data. Any suggestions or recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks!