The graduation thesis presents the development of a computer program for computing orientation of a stereo pair. Basic terminology was defined and close range photogrammetry was presented. A brief historical overview, instrumentation and methods for capturing the stereo pair were described. Suitable methods for the stereo pair's orientation were selected: the two-step method, the space resection method, and the method of direct linear transformation. For all the methods, theory as well as equations, necessary for the program development, were described.
The practical part of the graduation thesis presents the computer program itself. The entire procedure was taken into consideration: from studying the input data, writing the computer code for implementing the algorithms, designing the graphical interface, combining the algorithms with the graphical interface, and creating an output file. Here we also presented the program's scope of use, its structure, limits, and the manual for it.
The calculation of the stereo pair's orientation is presented also in practice where we commented on and interpreted the results.