Hi. This can be done and is merely an issue of photographic technique. Essentially, (Visual)SfM must be tricked into 'thinking' that you have moved in a circle around the object. The challenge is that your photos must not contain any
structure in the background. Since VisualSfM (actually: any SfM
software) assumes that you (or rather: the camera) are moving around
the object, it will get completely confused if it detects (opposing) movement vectors in both the background and the object on the turntable. I had success with a white cloth that I used to cover the desk on which I had the turntable. I chose a cloth and desk big enough so that I could take pictures without picking up any discernible background features in the camera's viewfinder. When rotating the object, make sure that you don't get very large angular differences between the shots. It should take about 40 shots for a 360° model. You also need to make sure that your depth of field matches the depth of the object. This probably means that you will need a strong lighting setup, so that you can work with a small aperture.