Here is a real/virtual pair of pictures with Photoscan 3d.
The scan was from maybe 15 pictures (taken with a pole btw. The NN pole is good for this kind of thing because as you put it up and down the camera on it stays pointed in the same direction approximately. So you can just do multiple shots a few centimeters apart elevation-wise and you know that the subject will be framed properly in at least one of them.) The scan was cleaned up a bit in Netfabb (free version) and Meshmixer (free).
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Erik Krause <erik.krause@...> wrote:
> Am 18.09.2012 15:37, schrieb Erik Krause:
> >> >MeshLab is a different kind of tool, as it cannot convert images into
> >> >geometry. MeshLab is not particularly easy to use, but utterly
> >> >indispensable when working with 3D data as produced by most scanning
> >> >software.
> > If I understood correctly, VisualSFM does only create (more or less
> > dense) point clouds. You would need to feed them to Meshlab (or another
> > program) in order to get real 3D models.
> Ok, I found your SFM in Meshlab example. Thought that it would create a
> grid and re-project the images on it. Will have to try Photoscan...
> Erik Krause