My next project was an initial pass through the interior of Camden Museum of Aviation’s GAF Lincoln Mk.30A cockpit/forward fuselage section. This is a large and complicated structure and I simply did not take enough photos to produce a point cloud that would get people excited! There were two issues with the result. Firstly, VSFM can run out of information to connect all photographs – simply, there are not enough photos to put everything together. The result is multiple reduced recreations that represent local features of the full object. Each point cloud, whether a successful result of the entire object, or of a fractured, is called a model. The result for the Lincoln was nine models.
Visiting Albury in 2015, I took a series of 52 photos of the interior of DC-2 A30-11 – the aircraft painted as Uiver. This was a rushed effort but I felt the result showed potential.