New Geospatial Approaches to the Anthropological Sciences
edited by Robert L. Anemone and Glen C. Conroy
New Geospatial Approaches
                to the Anthropological Sciences

Chapter 2. Ongoing Developments in Geospatial Data, Software, and Hardware with Prospects for Anthropological Applications.


CW Emerson and RL Anemone

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Figures

Fig. 1. (a) The development of photogrammetric three-dimensional model of a sandstone outcrop: (a) squares indicate camera positions.

Fig. 1. (b) The development of photogrammetric three-dimensional model of a sandstone outcrop: (b) sparse point cloud of x, y, z coordinates.

Fig. 1. )c) The development of photogrammetric three-dimensional model of a sandstone outcrop: (c) detail of a TIN mesh derived from dense point cloud.

Fig. 1. (d) The development of photogrammetric three-dimensional model of a sandstone outcrop: (d) three-dimensional model with photographic-texture point cloud.

Fig. 2. An ArcGIS Online map of potential localities in the 2015 field season.