Thanks to autodesk there is a more effective way to create a 3d model from image sequence that is quite impressive and better looking than the last one plus it does not involve the hassle of exporting from mesh from meshlab, direct fbx and obj exports that works fine… :(. that sofware is really hardcore 🙂 .. any ways the 3d scan that is generated is done all online the software that autodesk provides is just the interface. hmm.. ” I AM NOT GOING TO SHARE MY TECHNOLOGY 😛 ” just kidding. The software is 123d Catch (h***://www.123dapp.com/catch) and its very very user friendly this is what i tested with
IMAGE SEQUENCE [from autodesk gallery]
Mesh generated : wire frame and texture
and after getting it into zbrush
will there be dof or blur happening to objects in reflection[mirror] when the focus is only on the frame of the mirror ..
So to solve this I took out my super zoom lens and took some photograph [ 2 nos 😛 ].
the objects in the reflection are blurred…
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