WinATLAS/DSP, or Digital StereoPlotter, is a full-featured, Windows-based, SoftCopy Photogrammetric Workstation built around our WinATLAS 3D map data collection and editing package. The software uses multi-threaded code to take advantage of today’s multi-processor CPUs. It runs on standard, commercially available PC workstations under Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8, but requires a stereo-ready multi-GPU graphics card like one of the NVIDIA® Quadro series.
Image viewing options include:
- Stereomodels • Double models • Quad models
- Orthos • Rasters • Photos
- LIDAR (mono and stereo) • RADAR (mono and stereo)
- Top View • Perspective View • Profile View
- Microscope • Telescope • Multi Ray
- Reference images, including cloud-based Google® Maps Satellite, Maps Oblique, Maps Road, Maps Terrain, Streetview and Earth 3D
Our real-time image processing includes:
- Moving cursor, smooth auto panning or • Fixed cursor, smooth moving image
- Continuous zoom and rotation • Brightness and contrast control
- Auto panning from model to model • Epipolar correction on the fly
- Hot-key to automatically put the dot on the ground using image correlation
(really useful for training new stereo operators)
Image files can come from:
- Scanned diapositives from film mapping cameras like the RC20, RMKTOP, etc.
- Large-format digital frame cameras like the DMC and UltraCam
- Medium-format digital frame cameras like DSS, NexVue and Rollei
- Digital line scanner Level 0 data from ADS40, ADS80, 3DAS1
- Satellite imagery such as IKONOS, Quickbird, SPOT5, NITF, etc.
- Uncalibrated non-metric cameras
WinATLAS/DSP supports all available stereoviewing devices, including NuVision® and Planar® systems, as well as the lower-cost NVIDIA 3D Vision with a single stereo-capable LCD monitor. 3D motion-control hardware options include: