At Metamosaic, we emulate the real world by using creative and artistic methods to create realistic visualisation. However, to take photorealism to a higher level, we are now exploring the amazing photogrammetry technique, where we scan the real-world (physical) objects or environment to produce digital replicas of the real-world.
Our first photogrammetry concept demonstration was using the Jaame’ Abbasi Mosque’s Iwan Gate in Iran, where the beautiful workmanship of this magnificent structure was scanned and reconstructed in the digital world using the photogrammetry technique (See sample here). We believe the deployment of photogrammetry technique for accurate 3D modelling and visualisatiohn of structure will bring greater value to future projects we’ll undertake for our clients.
*Photogrammetry is the art and science of using overlapping photographs to reconstruct 3-D scenes or objects. Common points between photos are joined up to create a basic shell and this virtual object is then skinned with the overlapping images to end up with the exact shape and look of the object as it appears in the photos.