OpenSfM - Open source Structure-from-Motion pipeline

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OpenSfM is a Structure from Motion library written in Python. The library serves as a processing pipeline for reconstructing camera poses and 3D scenes from multiple images. It consists of basic modules for Structure from Motion (feature detection/matching, minimal solvers) with a focus on building a robust and scalable reconstruction pipeline. It also integrates external sensor (e.g. GPS, accelerometer) measurements for geographical alignment and robustness. A JavaScript viewer is provided to preview the models and debug the pipeline.

https://www.opensfm.org/
https://github.com/mapillary/OpenSfM

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