This guide provides information on how to use technology within Area 49, as well as guides for digital technologies and physical projects. Area 49 is available for use by all current students, faculty, and staff.
Photogrammetry is a process in which software uses multiple pictures of a real world object to generate a 3D model of that object. The Photogrammetry Lab is designed to support digital 3D modeling of real-world objects using photographs. The space and equipment allows the user to photograph an object and process those photographs into a digital 3D model using photogrammetry software.
Located on the first floor of J. Murrey Atkins Library, room 101E, the lab is equipped with a DSLR camera, tripod, lighting and white backdrop, manual turntable, and PC with Agisoft Metashape software.