If you’re 3D scanning a LOT of people, an optimized workflow is going to save you a lot of time. Scripted setups can streamline the basic steps that are involved in your process. Today, learn how to automate scanning in Agisoft PhotoScan and as a bonus, upload the results to Sketchfab right away!
This month’s theme is “That Thing In The Corner!“. What is that “thing”, in the corner? A hideous little creature? A really old penny that was in between the couch cushions? Scary huge monster? A dust bunny? Or a strange looking object? It literally could be anything! Show us what’s looking in the corner of your mind. Come up with something new and unique. Surprise us with your imagination.
In Art Spotlight, we invite Sketchfab artists to talk about one of their designs.
Hi guys! My name is Bergmann, I’m a traditional sculptor/Character Artist/Rigger looking for a permanent job. I’m fascinated by the Napoleonic Wars, steampunk tendencies and fantastic worlds like Warhammer, Lord of the Rings and Warcraft. I always prefer to model humanoids as you can see in my Artstation, but this is my passion! So no limits.
Our Cultural institutions Page highlights our ongoing support of museums and cultural institutions with free accounts and access to tools. In Museum Spotlight, we’ll explore museums and cultural institutions who are using 3D technology to bring new life to their collections. Today’s blog post features the Octopus Foundation, a Swiss foundation dedicated to marine exploration and universal knowledge.
A few weeks ago we hosted one of the first weekend virtual reality (vr) jam in New York. Over two hundred amateur vr enthusiasts attended both locally in New York and remotely online using Itch.io. For most of the attendees this was the first time they had been exposed to Unity, Unreal Engine, VR headsets (Oculus Rift, Vive, Gear VR) and the hackathon/game jam scene.
Dan Petker is a graduating student of Lethbridge College Multimedia Production Program.
We’re building a new feature called ‘stop motion animation’. You can use it to upload multiple models at once and then control when to display them with a simple text file. It’s still early days and the feature is likely to evolve – if that happens we’ll keep it backward compatible and make sure your existing models don’t break.