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Proceedings of the Symposium on Progress in Data Processing and Analysis

7. Conclusion
Based on macro photos an accuracy of some microns in the object space can be
reached if the photo orientation will be done by bundle orientation and systematic
image errors are respected. With video cameras in an on-line solution the same can
be done with less expensive instrumentation.
The special geometric situation of macro images is requiring a particular
three-dimensional control pattern if the relation between both camera positions is
not known. With a set of two cameras, like used in on-line solution with video
cameras, a flat control pattern is sufficiant. In using beam splitters, the control
pattern can have also a different location than the object.
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