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Altizure ? Anyone use it?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by batch1978, Sep 24, 2015.

  1. batch1978

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    Just wondering if anyone has used it and if so how were the results?
     
  2. Tony Perry

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    I just started playing with this yesterday. It flies the mission and takes photos as it should. Im just now starting to upload the images to their cloud to see how well it reconstructs them. I'll get back tomorrow with results.
     
  3. Smirz

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    Their website has a list of reconstruction results
    You could take a look: Explore | Altizure
     
  4. Tony Perry

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    So yeah, it works. I just a quick test over a small area of land and it was reconstructed. It's pretty boring to look at it so Ill spare you, as there are plenty of other more interesting models to look at that were created with the app.

    It still seems pretty early so the functionality in the app is pretty sparse but it does work.
     
  5. batch1978

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    Awesome, it seems to work better when it's working with more dimensions rather then a parcel of land
     
  6. Tony Perry

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    Totally agree. A 3d model of relatively flat land is sort of boring.
     
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    I think that it work very well and quickly. Better than photoscanPro
     
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    Interesting app.

    It claims to do both NADIR (straight down) images as well as oblique images, which should allow capturing some details under overhangs.

    I went to Altizure's website, but can't figure out their pricing for the "pro" features. Also, they seem to require a lot of info, in the name of "UAV verification". I'm not too keen on giving them the level of info they want, so right now, the 'cons' outweigh the 'pros' (for me).

    I'll wait a bit and revisit this in a couple of months.
     
  9. Apilot101

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    I tried it but once I registered I couldn't use it. They had to "validate " that my P3 could handle the imagery before I could use it. After 2 days of waiting, I got frustrated and used Pix4d, or another app instead.
     
  10. Joshua Carillo

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    Altizure seems very interesting, i like that feature that users can share so everyone can see on its website what they are capturing....
     
    #10 Joshua Carillo, Apr 10, 2016
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