Pix4D results may be of interest. A file with images of statistics and
metrics they get from their auto processing is attached (but pages are in
reverse order). Also attached is pdf of preview of result if you purchase.
I used one of my three free trials.
The actual result when looked at as geotiff or as kml is pretty ragged. It
also only did a subset of the region covered by all the images.
The set of images I used for Pix4D were also processed (as separate groups
of images) on Hypr3D on, with results shown at the top of:
On this flight, the Picavet slipped and the rig tilted so the images were
pretty oblique. I was interested to see how Pix4D does with them. The
images are geotagged but don't have the iPhone yaw, pitch and roll info I
captured in a separate file. As description at:
In this session, flew: - Tyvek Delta made by Mathew Lippincott - Al frame
with: - single Canon A1200 in rubber band triggered continuous mode -
iPhone running GPS-Trk capturing gps track points at one second intervals
in background - Sensor Data in foreground. Issues with frame tilted
slightly in Picavet rig, so images are skewed. (also second A1200 wouldn't
start up, so didn't fly it. The Al frame is patterned after C. Fastie's for
CHDK remote triggered IR/Visible shooting.) Photos were geotagged and KMZ
exported with myTracks on Mac. Max recorded gps elevation was 280m with
ground at ~134m for altitude of ~146m or ~480ft. Have not yet exploited the
iPhone orientation data captured by Sensor Data app. Companion video is at:
Pix4D result ortho-mosaic.pdf