Supplemental Material: Evaluation of field methods for 3-D mapping and 3-D visualization of complex metamorphic structure using multiview stereo terrain models from ground-based photography
journal contributionposted on 2019-02-01, 00:00 authored by Jade A. Brush, Terry L. Pavlis, José M. Hurtado, Jr., Kelsey A. Mason, Jeffrey R. Knott, Keith E. Williams
Geosphere, February 2019, v. 15, no. 1, p. 188-221, doi:10.1130/GES01691.1, Animation 1. Visual comparison between the multiview stereo (MVS)–derived triangulated irregular network (TIN) of the Clair Camp structure constructed without ground control points (GCPs) (blue), the MVS-derived TIN of the Clair Camp structure constructed with GCPs (green), and the terrestrial laser scanner (TLS)–derived TIN (pink). The TLS-derived TIN is used as a reference. The MVS-derived TIN without GCPs lies well above the TLS-derived TIN, while the MVS-derived TIN constructed with GCPs lies slightly underneath the TLS-derived TIN. Figure 3A for scale. This video was made using I-Site Studio software.