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Next Generation Photometric Scanning

Next Generation Photometric Scanning

March 29, 2016 - Blog - 33 responses

Over the last 2 years we’ve been busy drilling down on our new capture technique for scanning faces and busts of people. In the hope to try and improve the scanning process on from Photogrammetry. Inspired by the incredible research of Paul Debevec at USC…

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IR’s Digital Journey Prt2

IR’s Digital Journey Prt2

August 13, 2013 - Blog - 20 responses

..moving on to 2010 and beyond, a painful road a head. Wild west of scanning, a no-mans land of information and wiring perils a plenty. Scanning Strikes Back!

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Delivering Aligned and Scaled Photoscan Outputs

Delivering Aligned and Scaled Photoscan Outputs

April 2, 2013 - Blog - 39 responses

Here is a Blog post to outline how to correctly deliver RAW scans from Agisoft. How you can align, scale and orient properly in 3D space.

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Hello Digital World.

Hello Digital World.

March 27, 2013 - Blog - no responses

March 2013 – New website is live! anyone who is viewing, tell me what you think! and let me know if you find any bugs. Thanks, Lee 🙂

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Scan of a Scan

October 17, 2011 - Blog - 4 responses

Scanning a Scan of a Person? Why? Using some freely available data from the Artec-Group website, I wanted show others how to use Scanner-Killer using a virtual environment to learn how to calibrate and scan. Using a virtual scene gives you allot of freedom to…

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Light Array HDR Probes

August 24, 2011 - Blog - 8 responses

I was back in London on Tuesday working on more tests with Merry and his custom built LED Light Array, trying to figure out the work-flow and how we can use and interpret the data into a production pipeline.

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Body Scanning

August 16, 2011 - Blog - 2 responses

On the weekend I ran some more 3D Capture tests using Scanner-Killer (off-line) to process data captured with a 2 tier 6 Camera set-up. 36MP’s of information available using Canon Cameras, synced using PocketWizard II’s and a Multimax on the Flash Heads (with Cross Polarizing…

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To SK or not to SK, that is the question.

January 17, 2011 - Blog - 2 responses

  Developed by the super talented and very experienced guys at XYZ RGB. Scanner Killer is a piece of processing software that allows anyone with access to a pair of DSLR cameras to leap into the field of Stereo Photogrammetry.

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