In Alignment terminology, there seems to be a hierarchy:
Pixels > Points > Features > Projections
RC identifies certain groups of Pixels as identifiable Points.
If it recognises the same Point in adjacent images, it is treated as a (useful) Feature.
RC then triangulates the Feature’s position in space, calls it a Projection.
Is that all correct? Or are Points and Features the same thing? Or maybe Features and Projections are the same thing?
Because in Alignment Settings we set ‘Max features per image’ and ‘Max features per mpx’,
but Alignment Report reports only ‘Points count’ and ‘Total projections’ (not ‘Features count’)
I’d like to compare ‘Actual features achieved per image’ against the setting ‘Max features per image’.
If I calc ‘Points count’ divided by ‘no. of images in the Component’, does that give me ‘Actual features achieved per image’?