A good app for 3D scanning

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A good app for 3D scanning

Postby Bubba40 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:50 am

So I tried doing a 3D scan with my drone on my yzf250 and this is how it came out.Image
Anyone help with finding a app or suggestions on how to do it ? I know it's gonna be way too high poly for sim but it's for reference photos for modelers.
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Re: A good app for 3D scanning

Postby jonracer594 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:32 am

I cant help with an app but I can say that scanning models from irl is a pretty interesting idea, no matter if its too high poly or not
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Re: A good app for 3D scanning

Postby Kenny154 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:01 pm

reference photos for modelers.

That would make modelling alot easier if you were to get a perfect scan it would make the models so much closer to perfect!

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Re: A good app for 3D scanning

Postby Andy_Hack » Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:23 pm

Sorry that I went off yesterday in ts, but damn i was asking myself how it'd turn out!
I personally think it's really good for a first try!
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Re: A good app for 3D scanning

Postby Bubba40 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:41 am

Andy_Hack wrote:Sorry that I went off yesterday in ts, but damn i was asking myself how it'd turn out!
I personally think it's really good for a first try!

I'm gonna try and take it to a parking lot to see if i can get it a little more detailed. Ruben said a white room would work amazing but that's a lot of work.
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Re: A good app for 3D scanning

Postby mack| spokes » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:37 am

Bubba40 wrote:
Andy_Hack wrote:Sorry that I went off yesterday in ts, but damn i was asking myself how it'd turn out!
I personally think it's really good for a first try!

I'm gonna try and take it to a parking lot to see if i can get it a little more detailed. Ruben said a white room would work amazing but that's a lot of work.

Use bed sheets hung up in a garage, not perfect but would be pretty easy to do.
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Re: A good app for 3D scanning

Postby Aaron Hall » Thu Oct 12, 2017 7:53 am

mack| spokes wrote:
Bubba40 wrote:I'm gonna try and take it to a parking lot to see if i can get it a little more detailed. Ruben said a white room would work amazing but that's a lot of work.

Use bed sheets hung up in a garage, not perfect but would be pretty easy to do.

I did think about the white room idea but that doesn't really seem to be the problem, as i know you did it outside the trees aren't the problem its more taking the height from the ground which is giving the problem not sure how your shit works hunter but i would guess there is an app out there which would let you have a sequence of photos or a panoramic photo which would get pieced together by an app of some sort and creates the bike maybe. But a positive to use a white room it would be easier to get a neutral light rather than one specific light source.

I know Ruben enjoys making apps maybe he will make one specifically for this :lol:
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Re: A good app for 3D scanning

Postby Benjii_D » Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:57 pm

mack| spokes wrote:
Bubba40 wrote:
Andy_Hack wrote:Sorry that I went off yesterday in ts, but damn i was asking myself how it'd turn out!
I personally think it's really good for a first try!

I'm gonna try and take it to a parking lot to see if i can get it a little more detailed. Ruben said a white room would work amazing but that's a lot of work.

Use bed sheets hung up in a garage, not perfect but would be pretty easy to do.


Not true actually. being anywhere appart from outdoors is not ideal unless you have a crazy studio light setup or windows from all sides. with something to dull the light.

I always do 3 "laps" around the object one from high up one mid and one low. more pics=better I used 50imgs for the yzf
pretty much the worst conditions possible. Being in the shadow works but always look for a cloudy dull day to shoot.
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(Free softwares)
This was shot at a better day and in the middle of the lawn. okay results but not of much help other than getting the overall shape accurate. which is reason more than enough to scan IMO
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I got some errors aswell the first few tries. sometimes just taking new pics same spot same lighting can fix it. :)


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