The background image helps the SfM image matching algorithms do their thing, which is especially helpful when modelling smaller things or objects without a lot of surface texture of their own. It also gives a nice contrasting surface that represents the desktop (which can help with editing it out later on).
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|_ VanGogh_scale.pdf (PDF for printing)
|_ VanGogh_scale.svg (Inkscape scalable vector graphics for editing)
|_ VanGogh_coord.csv (comma-delimited coordinates)
|_ VanGogh_coord.txt (tab-delimited coordinates)
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Be sure to set the PDF print options to "Actual Size" to ensure that the scale is 1:1.
The coordinates printed on top of each circle target are centimeter measurements, but in the VanGogh_coord files the values are in meters (20 cm = 0.20 m). All of the Z values are zero, assuming you're on a level surface. The numbering scheme in the VanGogh_coord files is columnar (top to bottom, left to right).
|Sparse point cloud of my hand from Agisoft Photoscan|
|Dense point cloud from Agisoft Photoscan|