3D Camera Matching – YouTube

Browsing the web for digital urban research just before we go to bed (is that normal?).. we came across this great movie via The Arch on YouTube demonstrating some impressive 3D camera matching work:

Its worth just sitting back and watching…

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

6 Comments

  1. Michael Schnuerle - February 9, 2007

    I’ve been tracking your blog for a while now, and had to chime in on this one. This is a building in Louisville KY (where I live now) that is currently in the funding/planning phases called Museum Plaza.

    I saw this video a while ago and was impressed too. The structure itself is very interesting from a design and multi-use perspective.

    Keep up the great blog!

  2. Smithee - February 10, 2007

    Thanks for the chime in Michael 🙂

  3. edub - February 10, 2007

    The architect, Joshua Prince-Ramus used to work for O.M.A., which seems evident in the kind of animation they did for this. nice job.

  4. Anonymous - February 11, 2007

    This is the guys who did it for oma..
    http://www.brooklynfoundry.com/

  5. satellitegml - August 22, 2007

    lol, i remember this. I tried something similar with a housing project from school. I think this makes a nice presentation medium if it were coupled with 2d presentation board.

    my attempt
    http://tinyurl.com/2k3oy4

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