|3D Scanner Working||BlackTalon||9/25/12 6:52 AM|
I have the 3D Realtime Scanner working. I am using Reconstuctme and it works well. I am going to have to play with the range as the default max distance is about 6 feet. At this range we will not get a full body scan. There is a default configuration I can play with and I think we can get it right.
I created a couple of models last night and I have found the correct smoothing filters so we can clean up the model.
One thing we noticed is that you need a good steady rotation of the subject so we have to finish the rotating platform with a motor a constant speed is important.
Bonus! If we have time and can get 3Ds Max we can actually animate these models. I doubt we can do this by Archon but still if we have the models after Archon we will be able to create some interesting cage matches. ;-) See the link for an example:
|Re: (Arch Reactor) 3D Scanner Working||Derek||9/25/12 7:06 AM|
That is awesome! I don't think anyone would mind just doing busts.
I have a good gear motor I can bring tonight.
|Re: (Arch Reactor) 3D Scanner Working||Mike M.||9/25/12 7:17 AM|
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 8:52 AM, BlackTalon <gfet...@gmail.com> wrote:Sweet!
Nullo edactore ligni, consilium cedet. - Countess Magda
|Re: 3D Scanner Working||EschewObfuscation||9/25/12 7:49 AM|
Neat! Did you homebrew the hardware, or...?
|Re: (Arch Reactor) Re: 3D Scanner Working||BlackTalon||9/25/12 8:14 AM|
To do 3D realtime rendering I couldn't do it with an Arduino. Not enough horses. Needed a high end video card and a windows pc to run reconnectme.
|Re: (Arch Reactor) 3D Scanner Working||XSFX2000||9/25/12 9:05 AM|
Not attempting to copycat you, but I'm still gonna work on the DAVID 3d scanner-
and see how it works.
|Re: (Arch Reactor) 3D Scanner Working||phoglite||9/25/12 9:56 AM|
I played around with david 3d scanner about a year ago. I recommend skipping the laser scan techniques and going straight to the structured light method. Both required tight control over ambient light levels but the structured light method was MUCH faster and could more easily be used without a background. Unless their auto-calibration algorithms have improved significantly over the past year, you can count on spending hours tweaking and calibrating. If you do try the laser method, I recommend using a cheapo mechanical egg timer for doing the sweeps. I mounted the timer / line laser assembly on a tripod and got fairly good results. -Keith
|Re: (Arch Reactor) 3D Scanner Working||Altered Ego||9/25/12 11:23 AM|
Wow. That is pretty impressive.
|Re: (Arch Reactor) 3D Scanner Working||Gene J. (GeekTinker)||9/26/12 10:45 PM|
I have an IKEA mechanical egg timer that I've used with my GoPro helmetcam to create time lapse photography as it sweeps a view of a space. It was only $10 and has a flat top for mounting attachments to.