Wallace's Hut - Detailed Exterior

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Hastarin

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These photos took two walks in (750m) to complete as I left my Nexto UX in the car the first time. I hope everyone likes it.

The interior didn't synth as well so I've left that in a separate synth here: http://tinyurl.com/arxa7m

Description taken from Parks Victoria website (http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/1process_details.cfm?place=164):
Wallaces Hut is the oldest of the huts still standing in the Alpine National Park and is classified under the National Trust. It was built by the Wallace Brothers in 1889, close to the Bogong High Plains Road just out of Falls Creek, from slabs of snowgum. In the 1930's its woollybutt roof shingles were replaced by the SEC when it was taken over as a workers' hut. Now it serves as a refuge and slice of human history nestled in wild country.
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Date Created 2/13/2009
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dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
Very cool. Thanks for adding the info in the description. Could you geotag it? P.S. Can you go inside the hut?
Hastarin Over 1 year ago
I've just done my best to geotag it. It's probably not spot on but near enough. Yes you can go inside. I did take a number of photos inside but I'm not sure it will synth well. I'll try a separate upload of that at some stage.

When I get home I may even see what it does if I try to combine them, but this synth took approximatley 12hrs to upload where I am atm.
dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
Thanks for geotagging it.
Getting the right photos to transition from outside to inside can be tricky, but sometimes creates great results. Excited to see how it turns out...
lostinthetriangle Over 1 year ago
"old" buildings seem to synth so well, the cloud point is spectacular!
I have a done few of the out side to inside transitions, still learning how to make them smoother though.
Pierrot21 Over 1 year ago
I like to go inside by manipulating the point cloud; the same as, as a child, I built houses with Lego bricks :-)))
Pierrot21 Over 1 year ago
Coul you try the same, but more simple, without the detaiils of every wood structure; the best is when we have the whole hut, and we can play withe the point cloud
Hastarin Over 1 year ago
I'm currently synthing a version with only 61 photos that were the wider angle shots. Thankfully since it decided only 2 of the photos were new it was relatively quick to do. Now I know it can reuse photos without uploading them I may experiment more.

You can see the simpler version here:
http://tinyurl.com/ahwrj3

That said you should be able to play with the point cloud on this. There are several toroidal rings to manipulate at various points, mainly at the corners, and you can always use a combination of the mouse and w/a/s/d to view it.

Though I admit it's not as simple as the one main ring on the simpler version.
Fred_Oxford Over 1 year ago
the halos/doughnuts/toroids come up nicely - great point cloud
Nathan Over 1 year ago
Very cool, I love the point cloud.
Hastarin Over 1 year ago
Just a note that the interior can be seen in a separate synth here:
http://tinyurl.com/arxa7m
swami_worldtraveler Over 1 year ago
Just noticed sumthin interestin. Original pic orientation doesn't matter for the synth, but does in Grid View. I've noticed that Photosynth does not respect the meta data for image orientation, so I have been rotating mine in Windows Explorer. Will continue to do so, since Grid View has its place, too. Well, anyhow, just thought I'd point this out, in case others were unaware, as I was till just a moment ago.

OK, synth on:)...
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