Tag "3D scanning"

Naughty Dog have released a behind the scenes look into the making of the soon to be released Uncharted 4 : A Thiefs End. With up to 12 individual outfits for Drake alone it shows how the team used a

3D Scan Store have just released a video showing a photo realistic 3D head changing between 29 different expression in real time.. The head was scanned using an 80 x DSLR photogrammetry rig shown below with the model Brian www.3dscanstore.com

There is some really interesting things going on here, it looks as though the Illum is calculating in real time some kind of basic point cloud that can be used to compose the depth of the photograph. I wonder if

Ten24 have just released a short article about their involvement in the BBC’s hit TV Show “Atlantis” Working along side Vine FX and Dimensional imaging they scanned Mark Couliers amazingly detailed Satyr prosthetic on location at the BBC Chepstow sound

ASDA 3D Printing

It looks like ASDA are jumping on the 3D scanning / Printing Band wagon. Prices start at £40 for a 3d print of yourself. Its very hard to imagine this as profitable business, scanning using an Artec is a fairly

Photofly 2.1

[youtube id=”9cb9Suu8w3Y” width=”600″ height=”350″] Autodesk have released version 2.1 of their excellent 3D scanning software that allows users to capture fairly detailed 3D models using a single DSLR camera. Photofly website Some cool videos produced using Photofly [youtube id=”m7KVxcVbofE” width=”600″

Some very interesting performance capture research by Paul Debevec and his team at the ICT Graphics Labs. Thanks to Infinite realities for posting this up on Facebook More interesting research from ICT here Prototyping a Light Field Display Involving Direct

Kinect Fusion

[youtube id=”quGhaggn3cQ” width=”600″ height=”350″] Dynamic 3D surface reconstruction and interaction using the Microsoft kinect.. Very clever stuff..

In this very short article I want to show you how to achieve some fairly decent 3D scans for under $200 using AgiSofts PhotoScan software.. The software its self is very simple and the photos can be taken from any