Posted by smathermather on May 21, 2014
Docker. See: https://github.com/vpicavet/docker-pggis for a quick and easy Docker running PostGIS. Understand, this isn’t production ready (the connection permissions make my teeth hurt a little) but, so nice to have a one stop shop for postgis, pgrouting, and pointcloud. Now I may have to write blog posts on pointcloud. Point cloud didn’t get in the PostGIS Cookbook because it was too hard to build. I built it. I played with its wonders. Then I decided it was too much too early. Well, not any more… .
CREATE EXTENSION postgis;
CREATE EXTENSION postgis_topology;
CREATE EXTENSION pgrouting;
CREATE EXTENSION pointcloud;
CREATE EXTENSION pointcloud_postgis;
Oh, one more thing: pro-tip. You can modify the Docker file into a shell script for installing all this goodness on your local Ubuntu/Debian machine as well:
Posted in 3D, Database, PostGIS, PostgreSQL, SFCGAL, SQL | Tagged: Docker, pgRouting, pointcloud, PostGIS, PostgreSQL | 7 Comments »
Posted by smathermather on May 11, 2014
I’m amused that on this day, I have zero hits from the US on my blog. Nice job paying attention to Mother’s Day, all:
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Posted by smathermather on May 6, 2014
In my previous post on Getting Bundler and friends running, I suggested how to modify an existing script to get Bundler and other structure from motion parts/pieces up and running. Here’s my follow up.
Install Vagrant and VirtualBox.
Download (or clone) this repo:
Navigate into the cloned or unzipped directory (on the command line), run
Go have a cup of coffee. Come back. Run
Congratulations. You have an Ubuntu machine capable of all sorts of StructureFromMotion / OpenDroneMap goodness.
Next: A tutorial on how to use the tools you just compiled… .
Posted in 3D, Bundler, Drone, Photogrammetry, PMVS, UAS | Tagged: 3D, bundler, Drone, Photogrammetry, pmvs, SfM, Structure from Motion, UAS | 5 Comments »