LA MINA – The Discovery of more than 10,000 years old cave
Boxfish 360 has been featured in the recent LA MINA – The Discovery by El Centro Investigador del Sistema Acuífero de Quintana Roo (CINDAQ) and INAH Arqueología Subacuática Península de…
Photogrammetry is the technique of using a single camera to reconstruct a scene in three dimensions (3D). Boxfish Research has built their class-leading ROV with a focus on high-resolution 3D scene capture using photogrammetry. Historically, insufficient image quality and resolution, un-optimised lighting and lack of manoeuvrability have resulted in inferior results. In addition, the Boxfish ROV with its 6 degrees of freedom can quickly capture underwater assets from all angles to ensure complete models are captured accurately.
The SS Ventnor carrying the bodies of 501 Chinese men, mostly gold miners, from New Zealand back to China, sank off the Hokianga Heads after striking a reef near Taranaki….