Basics of Photogrammetry
Photography - The First Part of Photogrammetry
Metrology - The Second Part of Photogrammetry
Multiple Scale Distances
Long Scale Distances
Measuring with V-STARS
Planning the Measurement
Questions You Should Ask: Remember "V-STARS"
Defining a Coordinate System
Types of Measurements
Initial and Repeat Measurements
Completely or Partially Overlapping
Planning for Measurements
Planning for Different Types of Measurements
Design for Completely Overlapping
Design for Partially Overlapping
Design for "Left-Right" Measurements
Design for "Front-Back" Measurements
Design for "Box" Measurements
Procedures for Different Types of
Final Planning Tips
Planning Summary and Checklist
V-STARS Planning Checks:
Introduction to Targeting
Retro-reflector Targets and Their
Individual self-adhesive stick on targets
Hard-body tooling targets
Target Handling and Care
Attaching the AutoBar
Attaching the Scale Bar(s)
Targeting Summary and Checklist
Frequently Asked Questions About
1. How accurate is V-STARS?
How accurate is V-STARS?
Do I need scale for the measurement?
How do I compensate for scale changes due
Can the object move while it is being
Do I need to use special targets with the
What size should the targets be?
Can I use different size targets on the same
How obliquely can I view the targets?
Do I need to provide special lighting for the
Do I have to consider the lighting during the
Do I need to know the camera location when I
take a picture?
How steady must the camera be when taking
How far away do I have to get from the object
to measure it?
Where should I locate the camera to get a
Coded target nuggets
Field of View