The 3D reconstruction does not preserve the shape of the surveyed area


The 3D reconstruction does not preserve the shape of the surveyed area (bad relative reconstruction).



In projects with no image geolocation and no GCPs, it can happen that some of the images do not get positioned relatively correctly leading to bad relative reconstruction. In this case the shapes do not get preserved.

Example: A flat area may not get recosntructed as a flat area. Part of the area may have some inclination:






The cause of the problem is that few points are found between the images. As there is neither image geolocation nor GCPs, it is difficult to find the correct position of the cameras.



In order to solve the issue it is needed to add some Manual Tie Points. For step by step instructions: 202560349.

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