Dinosaur Footprints in 3D

dinoRare tides in Broome, Australia are providing researchers at the University of Queensland an opportunity to capture dinosaur footprints that are normally submerged. Previous expeditions have used on-ground and aerial photography from drones and aircraft and photogrammetry to build-up 3D images but it is the first time the Zeb1 has been deployed.

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