3D Reconstruction of Underwater Structures
Lake Tahoe Barge Reconstruction
3D reconstruction techniques such as Structure from Motion are widely used in marine archaeology to document sites for remote analysis, but the underwater environment frequently poses challenges to 3D reconstruction. Issues such as a lack of robust landmarks and turbidity can result in poor-quality reconstructions. Additionally, the refractive effects of water can introduce geometric error into the computed models. This work aims to improve the capabilities of underwater reconstruction for marine archaeology applications.