|Posted on Sep 14, 2012 12:51:26 AM | Gerald Steeman | 0 Comments ||
A scientist at Kennedy Space Center devised a software program to calculate the unknown dimensions of objects in photographs to assist in the investigation following the Columbia disaster. In 2008, DigiContractor Corporation of Tarzana, California, licensed the technology for a product line that can calculate measurements from photos for applications from landscaping and flooring projects to crime scenes and auto accidents. Read the full story from the NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) here: http://hdl.handle.net/2060/20120001912; for additional documents on NASA imaging techniques, see http://go.usa.gov/rpWx. To learn more about the NASA Spinoff publication, visit http://spinoff.nasa.gov.
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