budha scan

by virtox
budha scan 3d printed Art Accessories Meshlab view of model
Meshlab view of model
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My first test with Autodesk Photofly 2.0

I ran outside with camera and statue, shot some pics in full sun to try it out.

Unfortunately it was a bit hasty as the clouds kept ruining the light, so a few shots which were not usable.
Leading to some gaps in the model.
But the final model was only cut and converted using meshlab and uploaded to shapeways.
Meshmedic fixed the holes.

So all it needs is a proper rerun, some orientation and scale fix, but 3d copying using photographs has just became easy reality :-S



Dimensions

IN: 0.475 w x 0.582 d x 0.808 h
CM: 1.206 w x 1.478 d x 2.052 h

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You're right... This was super easy. Now I just need a faster camera; I'll steal my sister's DSLR. This video was done with no editing, using the default keyframe animation path that Photofly generated. It's choppy because I think it follows the cameras in the same order of which I took the pictures, and I jumped around at times. still cool. Autorender and export to youtube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVDhRD68Xuc keyframe default is 2 seconds and i've changed it to 0.1 seconds
July 22, 2011, 11:40 pm
Oh reskinning.... that's so smart! You could take someones face and put them on the budda, or take my face's texture and put it on your face's mesh. I have access to awesome 3d scanners at a company nearby, but doing this on my own whereever i am without having to talk to the scanning company makes this much easier (though not as high detail) the photosynth hack was annoying. I did a scan today of a makerbot with 99 photos. draft version. pretty neat: https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-L6ONv0tyW9c/TinXN3LP_WI/AAAAAAAAG3I/revzbI94F58/s800/makerbotscan.jpg
July 22, 2011, 11:16 pm
Ah cool! Did not think it possible to get photosynth data :-) This was super easy and not bad for a first ad-hoc attempt. Still have to get the hang of things, but with little practice it should be possible to really make useful scans! I'm also thinking it could be used to re-skin existing models by supplying Photofly with the appropriate renders :-)
July 22, 2011, 3:54 pm
Sweet. a year or so ago I used a hack to get the cad data out of photosynth and into autocad. It worked to do what you did but it was so much work. Hopefully this was easy. Great work!
July 22, 2011, 3:44 pm
 
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