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August 8th, 2017
Skyline Software Systems Releases PhotoMesh 7.2 with Full Motion Video Capability

Herndon, VA – August 8, 2017 – Skyline Software Systems Inc. announced today that it has released PhotoMesh v7.2. This latest version of the software offers new performance features including the use of Full Motion Video files during the production of 3D Geospatial Models. All popular video formats are supported.

Additional improvements in the new version of PhotoMesh include an easy to navigate user interface, enhanced reconstruction of trees, solid surfaces and water bodies, and support for external aero triangulation results from industry standards (Inpho, Bingo and others).

View of PhotoMesh 7.2 with Projected Footprint of calculated images from UAS flight video, showing the data used to extract the geometry and texture in the 3D model.

PhotoMesh incorporates breakthrough edge-extraction algorithms, noise removal, improved color texturing, and optimized point cloud densification for the highest geometric quality.  Utilizing revolutionary parallel processing techniques and accessing Cloud Web Services, Skyline can produce high-quality 3D models in a variety of different formats with unlimited scale, surpassing processing capacity of 1 million Megapixels per day.

 

View of PhotoMesh 7.2 showing Dense Triangles extracted from Image-Correlation for highly detailed and precise 3D model.

“The new PhotoMesh release introduces Full Motion Video capture to the leading 3D production tool in the market, providing users with much greater capabilities,” stated Skyline’s President Robert Peters. “PhotoMesh v7.2 unlocks the vast libraries of unmanned aircraft systems videos to automatically process and create realistic 3D visuals and models.”

Interested customers can sign up to download PhotoMesh for evaluation at the

Skyline Evaluation Page.

 

PhotoMesh integrates with the SkylineGlobe software suite, also developed by Skyline, adding rapid 3D model creation to create desktop, mobile, and web-based applications.  The full solution then enables an enterprise to build, edit, navigate, query, and analyze realistic 3D environments, as well as efficiently distribute them to users. PhotoMesh can also export files that can be used with other 3D applications.

 

About Skyline Software Systems

Founded in 1997, Skyline Software Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of 3D earth visualization software and services. The company offers a comprehensive platform of applications, tools and services that enable the creation and dissemination of interactive, photo-realistic 3D environments. Skyline has built a “best of breed” set of tools that remain focused on the needs of its customers including flexibility, efficiency and robustness. More information is available at www.skylineglobe.com and on the

Skyline YouTube Video Page.