OPF stands for ‘open photogrammetry format’ - a new standard in photogrammetry, aimed at exchange and collaboration.
OPF is a specification for a flexible and extensible format that stores all of the data related to a reconstructed 3D model made with photogrammetry. It is an open, standardized, and free file format.
OPF’s open format enables transparency, reproducibility, and collaboration between various stakeholders.
Create high-quality 3D models with NeRFs and OPF, opening new possibilities for research.
The combined power of PIX4Dcatch, PIX4Dmatic and OPF opens up exciting opportunities for innovation.
Capture drone data or terrestrial data with PIX4Dcatch RTK workflow.
Download images and import to PIX4Dmatic for processing.
Convert project to OPF and leverage the power of OPF with Pix4D’s open source Python tools.
OPFs can be used to showcase the in-depth structure of modern photogrammetric projects and enable tweaking of the various assets generated.
Enable the building of new technology based on photogrammetry outputs with OPF, or develop new photogrammetry algorithms that can easily be used by others.
Third-party users can develop their own techniques for tailoring OPF to add new shareability functions.
Pix4D is launching a brand new standard for the exchange of photogrammetry projects called OPF. Discover what it is and how it works!
Explore OPF's power and seamless integration into photogrammetry workflows, such as utilizing NeRF when rendering 3D scenes.
OPF is a fully open and free specification, enabling the storage and exchange of photogrammetric data among different parties and software products, even if they are developed by different companies.