Camera Matching – Photo and Video Reconstruction in a 3D Digital Model
Photographs and video footage can be digitally reconstructed with a high degree of accuracy to obtain reliable information for analysis, such as measurements, speed and timing data, sightlines and more.
By importing accident scene photographs or video footage frames into a dimensionally accurate digital model, characteristics or features that are present in scene photographs but are no longer available at the scene (e.g. vehicles, obstructions, skid marks, road features) can be located and reconstructed to obtain measurements with a high degree of accuracy.
The above video illustrates how a three-dimensional digital environment precisely matches actual scene photographs.
This process can be used to obtain reliable measurements of features seen in photographs but are no longer available in the real world.
Top left: actual scene photograph. Top right: reconstructed digital environment with vehicle.
Bottom left: photo with highlighted alignment. Bottom right: digital environment with highlighted alignment.