How 3D technology is capturing the world

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From computer games to railway tracks, capturing 3D images in exquisite detail is now big business.

A spokeswoman for the department confirms to the BBC that the work will continue.

Often, though, third-party contractors provide the drones or software to make photogrammetry surveys possible. Pix4D's clients like to make regular surveys of, for example, construction sites so that progress can be shown clearly in 3D. Or, a mining company might use photogrammetry to take measurements of the huge piles of earth or raw materials that are constantly being excavated."We've seen a great improvement in cameras in recent years… The stabilisation of drones is better and better," says Ms Guetcheva.

Polish firm FlyTech UAV makes a drone it calls"Birdie" that can be transformed from a fixed wing to vertical take-off and landing version with some attachments.


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