Webinar: Learning the Basics of Photogrammetry with Autodesk ReMake
Photogrammetry is a method of creating 3D models using triangulated photographs. Although photogrammetry is accessible to anyone with a smartphone nowadays, it’s important to know how to get the right photos to generate an accurate 3D model.

In this live webinar, you will learn:
  • How to take usable pictures for photogrammetry, including the use of equipment, overlapping photos and more
  • What potential pitfalls to look out for when using photogrammetry

About the Speaker:

Elmer Bol is the director of the ReMake Product Group, Autodesk. His team of product/program managers and engineers define appropriate business models, product architecture and go-to-market strategies, as well as building key industry partnerships. He has previously held positions at Autodesk in product management and market development. Before joining Autodesk, he was co-founder and CEO of Alice Labs B.V. and held several positions with IBM. His key interests lie in building and growing new business divisions and making them commercially successful in innovative, up-and-coming areas.

Dennis Martin is a CG Supervisor and Applications Engineer for Autodesk. Dennis has been the CG lead on several reality capture projects for Autodesk such as the President Obama 3D capture and 3D print, the Apollo 11 command module reconstruction, and he directs and produces product videos for ReMake, ReCap, among others. Before joining Autodesk, Dennis was a visual effects artist and CG supervisor for over 15 years. Dennis is known for his expertise in creating photo based virtual environments for films such as the Matrix trilogy, Mission Impossible 3 (2012), and the Avengers to name a few. Before his film career, Dennis was one of the original employees at Cyra Technologies – one of the first long range Lidar hardware/software companies.

PDH Certificates will be provided to all registrants that attend the live webinar. Certificates will be sent by email within 72 hours after completion.

Your attendance at this webinar is sponsored by Autodesk. To watch, please complete the form on this page.