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photoscan

(ˈfəʊtəʊˌskæn) med
n
(Medicine) a photographic scan, produced by medical technology that uses injections of radioactive substances, which shows variations in body tissues
vb (tr)
(Medicine) to study the distribution of certain substances in body organs or parts using X-rays
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pho•to•scan

(ˈfoʊ təˌskæn)

v.t. -scanned, -scan•ning.
to study the distribution of a radioactive isotope or radiopaque dye in (a body organ or part) through the use of x-rays.
[1955–60]
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The software achieved this via embedded scripts, sequentially performing the above steps through Photoscan (Agisoft, Moscow, Russian Federation) and exporting the finished model by default as a 3D PDF.
No processamento desktop, o usuario pode utilizar programas de Sistemas de Informacoes Geograficas--SIG/ Processamento Digital de Imagens--PDI (como: ArcGIS, ENVI, QGIS, SPRING, etc.), ou programas especializados na manipulacao deste tipo de dado (como a exemplo: Agisoft Photoscan, Pix4Dmapper e Correlator3D).
The UAV images are processed using the UAV Agisoft PhotoScan software which can generate the X, Y, and Z coordinates of the proposed road.
In the paper, we used commercial software (Agisoft Photoscan) to acquire point cloud data [20].
The 3D model of the Conocchia cliff has been performed using the Agisoft PhotoScan software, building up a Virtual Outcrop Model (VOM) derived by the superimposition of multiple images of the same outcrop, accomplished with large overlaps to avoid the resulting of uncovered areas, acquired from different points of view.
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