5 Best Measure Tree Height Apps For Android & iOS (Free Apps)
1. Arboreal – Height of Tree
“Now you could measure the height of a tree with high accuracy. The app uses AR technology in your phone to measure the distance from the tree and the angle to the top of the tree to get an estimate of its height.
The best tool is the one that´s always with you, your phone.
You could also measure buildings, towers and bridges.
Features: – Feet/ Meter – Save measurements
In order to get the best results, hold the camera in an upright position when you walk away from the tree. Don´t point the camera to the ground. Try to stand some distance from the tree and have a good view of the top of the tree.
Try five measurements for free. You could buy unlimited measurements and help us to add more features.
You get the best result with Samsung.
The app needs: – At least Android 8.0 (Oreo), We strongly recommend Android 9 (Pie)
– Google Play services for AR (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.ar.core)
– One of the following phones: https://developers.google.com/ar/discover/supported-devices#android_play”
2. Telemeter. Distance and Height by VisTech.Projects LLC
“Camera measure: Telemeter is a bundle of tools for outdoor and indoor measurements for Android OS. The tools complement each other and are useful in such areas as distance measure, moving (use spirit level tool to adjust laundry machine), layout design, construction, room measurement and planning, house and room decoration and furnishing, trips and so on, where quick estimation of object dimensions, distance and size, orientation and exact horizontal, vertical or angular alignment are needed. Sometimes a traditional ruler or tape are very difficult to apply for long distances or big objects measurements. Telemeter is a very handy solution that can immediately estimate all these values for you using camera measure technique.
Modes: – Telemeter Tool: quick remote distance estimation without reference objects using only a camera measure. – SpiritLevel3D Tool: distant object alignment and tilt measurement using a camera. – Lines Tool: vertical and horizontal reference lines, that can be used for horizontal or vertical object alignment and tilt elimination. – Augmented Compass Tool: orientation detection in the room or space for better room planning, angle measurements, electromagnetic interference and metal detection. – Angle Tool: measure and mark angles in vertical and horizontal planes. – Calibration Tool: calibrate your phone before measurements. – Unit Converter: convert results into different length or area units. – Detailed help
The distinctive feature of the Telemeter Tool is two options: – Hand-mode – Stand-mode
Choose Hand-Mode when the exact height of the camera is unknown and you are on the ground holding the device in you hands. Enter your height and smart algorithm estimates the camera height. You don’t need to enter the exact camera height, as required in other applications. Since you know your height exactly, you can start measurements immediately. This is an advantage of using Hand-mode. This mode requires to hold and move your camera as shown in measurement guide that is included in the app.
If the exact height of the camera from the ground is known, Stand-Mode is to be used. Stand-mode doesn’t make any assumption about your position. Exact camera height leads to more accurate measurement results. You can use this mode in different situations or build your own camera measurement setup. Measurements can be conducted in metric and imperial units: feet, meters, inches. Angles are measured in degrees.
With the Telemeter you can measure: – distance from you (observer) to an object – distance between points in direction ‘from an observer’ – distance between two points in a plane – object dimensions (depth, height, width, length) – height from the ground level – height of big objects or a person – angles between planes (e.g. between two walls) – angles between two orientations in the space – angles in horizontal or vertical planes
You can also use Telemeter for: – object alignment – tilt measurement or elimination, pitch gauge – checking orientation in space (cardinal directions) – electromagnetic interference and metal detection – marking a plane for object placement (e.g. a wall for pictures and shelves mounting)
Please try also Partometer – camera measure App, that uses common reference objects for measurements. For long distance you can try Distance2Meter – camera measure that uses motion for distance measurement. You can measure distances in hundred meters range with good accuracy.
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“Software uses devices accelerometer and trigonometrical equations to estimate distance to a tree and tree height. When measuring the height you can choose whether you already know distance to the tree or the distance should be measured with this software. Note that measured height value will be more accurate when you insert exact value of distance. Software has assisting cross on the screen, that helps you to measure tree base and tree tip.
Puu kauguse ja kõrguse mõõtmiseks, kasutab tarkvara seadmes olevat kallutusandurit ja kolmnurga valemeid. Kõrguse mõõtmisel saab valida, kas kaugus puust on teada või mõõdetakse ka kaugus tarkvaraga. Ekraanil on näha abistav rist, millega tuleb sihtida objekti madalaimat ja kõrgeimat punkti.”
“Tree Meter is an app to measure the height of the trees.
You have to use a reference object, with a previously known height.
The metric you will get is the metric you provide for the reference object height. For example, if you enter the reference object height in meters, the height of the measured tree will be in the same metric, meters in this case.
Tree Meter can be used to measure other type of objects, because it’s a pixel based meter.
The accuracy of the measure relies on you. Where you set the markers and the perspective of the taken photo.
Implemented languages are English and Spanish at the moment.
This is the first public version. Feedbacks are welcome. firstname.lastname@example.org”