NASA Perseverance Rover landing animation
The initial Surface model was generated with Reality Capture using the RDC camera image sequence of the landing. It has since been replaced by terrain mesh generated from the HiRISE 1m DEM of Jezero Crater, the texture was generated by reprojecting in Reality Capture.
All extracted camera positions were then used to animate a static model of the rover. Due to the skycrane activation, the image got too clouded for automatic reconstruction, so the last part of this animation was done manually, directly referencing the video material (the oscillations during this maouver were recreated close to the source as possible but are quite likely not very accurate).
This Animation is synchronized to the mission control call-outs.