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ISPRS Archives – Volume XXXIV-5/W16, 2004

WG V/1
Panoramic Photogrammetry Workshop
19-22 February 2004
Dresden, Germany
Editor(s): H.-G. Maas, D. Schneider

Opening Session

Welcome Note from the Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, TU Dresden
Hans-Gerd Maas
Page(s) 2
Conference Paper (PDF, 121 KB)

A Historical Review on Panorama Imagery
Thomas Luhmann
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 2375 KB)

Session I: Recent developments in panoramic camera design

SPHERON - Panoramic camera and processing of panoramic data
Gerhard Bonnet

EYESCAN - Demonstration of the panoramic camera and applications
Danilo Schneider, Hans-Jörg Schönherr

Session II: Geometric modelling and calibration of panoramic camera devices

A refined sensor model for panoramic cameras
Jafar Amiri Parian, Armin Gruen
Page(s) 12
Conference Paper (PDF, 797 KB)

3-D Object Reconstruction from multiple-station panorama imagery
Thomas Luhmann, Werner Tecklenburg
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 1379 KB)

Application of a geometrical model for panoramic image data
Danilo Schneider, Hans-Gerd Maas, Gunnar Siedler, Gisbert Sacher
Page(s) 5
Conference Paper (PDF, 511 KB)

Session III: Spherical and multidirectional imaging systems

An omnidirectional imaging system for the reverse engineering of industrial facilities
Dave Chapman, John Lucas-Brown
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 793 KB)

Photogrammetric application of spherical imaging
Henrik Haggrén, Hannu Hyyppä, Olli Jokinen, Antero Kukko, Milka Nuikka, Tuija Pitkänen, Petteri Pöntinen, Petri Rönnholm
Page(s) 10
Conference Paper (PDF, 1037 KB)

Photogrammetric calibration of sequences acquired with a rotating camera
Fabio Remondino, Niclas Borlin
Page(s) 9
Conference Paper (PDF, 1007 KB)

Session IV: Acquisition and processing of terrestrial laserscanner data

Least squares 3D surface matching
Armin Gruen, Devrim Akca
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 484 KB)

Terrestrial laserscanning system Mensi GS100 - Accuracy tests, experiences and projects at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
Thomas Kersten, Harald Sternberg, Klaus Mechelke, Carlos Acevedo Pardo
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 786 KB)

Local polynomial reconstruction of intensity data as basis of detecting homologous points and contours with subpixel accuracy applied on Imager 5003
Thomas Abmayr, Franz Härtl, Markus Mettenleiter, Andreas Hildebrand, Birger Neumann, Christoph Fröhlich
Page(s) 5
Conference Paper (PDF, 1703 KB)

Session V: Route panoramic data acquisition

Evaluation of smart inertial positioning units - first results
Henry Meissner, Anko Börner

Line scanner in combination with inertial measurement unit
Denis Griessbach, Martin Scheele, Karsten Scheibe
Page(s) 4
Conference Paper (PDF, 387 KB)

Moving Panoramic Mapping using CCD-Line Camera and Laser Scanner with Integrated Position and Orientation System
Ralf Reulke, Aloysius Wehr
Page(s) 5
Conference Paper (PDF, 121 KB)

Session VI: Fusion of panoramic laserscanner and image data

Tree species recognition by combination of terrestrial laserscanning with high resolution panoramic images
Norbert Haala, Ralf Reulke
Page(s) 4
Conference Paper (PDF, 1927 KB)

Data fusion of panoramic- and laser scan
Karsten Scheibe, Bernhard Strackenbrock, Reinhard Klette
Page(s) 8
Conference Paper (PDF, 390 KB)

Visualization of "Thronsaal Neuschwanstein" with scanner and panorama camera
Bernhard Strackenbrock

Realtime 3D data evaluation using a fibre coupled laserscanner with rail detection
Andreas Blug

First experiences with the integration of a high resolution still video camera on the Riegl LMS-Z420i terrestrial laserscanner
Christian Mulsow, Danilo Schneider

Session VII: New application fields

Interactive navigation through distance added valued panoramic images
Edward Verbree, Arno van Anrooij
Page(s) 4
Conference Paper (PDF, 1614 KB)

Possible applications of panoramic photogrammetry concerning construction machines and building sites
Petra Hoske, Günter Kunze
Page(s) 5
Conference Paper (PDF, 1225 KB)




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