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Lee, congrats to new scanner and fantastic results that we can see here...
Thanks. Interested to talk more about the highpass emboss claim with RC. Interested to see your thoughts on the images I've sent over.
Great work Lee, looking forward to seeing more ! Congrats !
Thanks Jeremy. Blown away with what you are up to, your work is a very high benchmark to reach.
Congratulations Lee! Exciting stuff, great to see you improving your rig.
Awesome to see new posts Lee !
Inspiration indeed. It's what drives us right ;) There was no 360 degree normal map solution on the market (no one had solved it) That could also capture multi-light! Someone had to step up. I hope that inspires :)
Glad you're back. Your work is really inspiring!
Would love to test some sample asset acquired by this technique! Looks very promising.
Thanks we will share some data results soon.
Looks really great Lee, haven't seen you post much over CGfeedback anymore more , but glad to see you keep rocking it .
keep it up .
Great stuff as always! Thank you so much for sharing things so freely.
Do you get pretty much complete coverage (for the normal map) with those lighting directions or is there any occlusion?
Yes complete coverage. Between 16-20 cameras is just enough for full texture coverage. Obviously you need more for the scan shot, which is what we do.
Really good Lee! Hope all is good ,long time :)
Thanks Luc. I hope you are doing well!
Crikey that capture detail is immense :o Excellent texture work
Well, this is pure awesomeness, thanks for sharing! Do we have any idea, scientifically, why the reflection of the skin comes out blue? When you recreate the model in a 3D software, would you add some blue in the refl/spec color?
It could be due to the polarizing filters, but we've seen the same effect with other similar technology like ICT's research. Without the blue tint, the skin looks very dull and yellow.
Lee, I notice that the specular pics made by subtracting the non-polarized photos from cross-polarized ones have blue spec rather than white spec. Could you comment on why this is? Is it possible to get the expected white spec for a dielectric using cross pol techniques?
Derek, as we've spoke by email and shared notes I think we share similar ideas on this.
Incredible work. It's nice to see UK businesses smashing boundaries.
Awesome and inspiring work.
Have you ever thought about releasing those front / side views as modeling reference on your store ? (Similar to what 3d.sk is offering,.. wich I would like to use, although its subscription based system always turns me off.)
Might make a few bucks...
Yes :) We have a VERY big update coming soon for triplegangers that you might find useful. We're also working on some new related tech for scanning.
Thank you for sharing your inventions on this blog, it's always a great read!
Hello, and thank you for sharing.
really nice utilisation of the polarizer filter, my 2 cents ideas :
grease is more senisitive to the light so one stop down for those shots might be tested.
and then may be place the two shots in difference mode so to get the specs only, treat it as a mask then adjust levels (photoshop).
Another idea, i don't know but if grease contains more blue than the skin then putting a filter on the non polarized lens might put the specs up a bit.
Also displacements makes me think of what utlra violet camera are delivering, or infra red, something might happen in those color waves.
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