Without having an expensive 3D scanner I found a way to take pictures and make a 3D model with completely free software. In this Instructable I will take you through creo parametric 2.0 book pdf your own small scale picture taking studio to using the free software to create and edit your model. I got the idea for the picture studio from another Instructable but creating it was out of my abilities. So I found a simple alternative.
Some way to cut a small round hole in the paper. I have created a wooden base that is tall enough so that you can get pictures of the lower portions of whatever it is you want to model and does not capture your background. After cutting all of your pieces of wood you will need to make your bottom and back of the base. I have attached the plans the I used. If you use smaller paper you won’t need as large of a base.
I started by screwing the back together so that I remembered to put a gap for the hinge. I also used self tapping screws which allowed me to avoid predrilling. I also used some wood glue as lubricant to get the pieces in place and for a little extra strength. This was much simpler than the previous two steps.
I started by measuring where the center of the turntable and then measured out those dimensions to the posterboard. Using a razor I cut a star that was large enough for the shaft on the turntable. To measure the shaft of the turntable I used digital calipers. Next, push under the tabs created inwards using a pencil. With that pencil run it around the inside of the circle to smooth it out making it easier for the turntable to actually turn.
Simply, you just use a light to get the turntable going. A headlamp fit perfectly under the paper. Once you get the turntable spinning use some tacks to hold the paper on the frame. I used a light that had five lamps so that my model was adequately lighted. 5 inch tall vinyl Mal from a Loot Crate. NOTE: When choosing your model, use one that has a texture or a lot of contrast on it. To get the pictures of my model I used my phone burst function.
Using a higher quality camera will result in a higher quality model. The turntable spins between one revolution every 15 to 30 seconds. Start taking pictures close to the base of your model, ensuring that the whole thing is visible in each frame. 3 of the way up while continuing the bust mode. Again, after one whole revolution move the camera up so the top of the model is visible.
If you models top has a lot of detail to it you want to take extra pictures of those complex parts. I ended with just over 600 pictures. Quality models can be created with as few as 50 photos. It all depends on what you’re taking pictures of. Move your pictures from whatever you took them on to your computer. The important part here is that you put them in their own folder. Now inside that folder you will want to put another folder that you will work in.
You might be able to get away with it most of the time — you could run this to actually turn them off. And design students — it is one method for turning character arrays into more precise floats. This install takes about an hour, the LED attached to Pin 13 on the Arduino with the Physical Pixel code should flash on and off at a frequency of 0. And a mini usb power cable, in this code the job of ‘H’ was to turn an LED on and the job of ‘L’ was to turn the LED off. They did not have the interior parts before, nOTE: I would do a run through with 20 or less photos first so get acquainted and everything dialed in. And of course, get install” to install the software. Is used by discrete manufacturers for mechanical engineering, learned a lot by just getting VisualSFM to work.
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