Nick Lievendag has a write-up over on the Sketchfab blog of 6 ‘must-haves’ for anyone interested in getting started with 3D scanning (these ‘haves’ may also interest anyone simply interested to expand their toolkit). They include: lighting, turntables (aka Lazy Susan), markers (as in indicators, not felt-tip pens), matting spray, software, and last but not least a Sketchfab account 🙂 It’s a good quick read and will hopefully be of aid to makers tinkers with 3D scanning.
In this tutorial, Nick Lievendag contributes to our series of photogrammetry tutorials. Today he breaks down the tools that are helpful for creating high-quality photogrammetry and 3D scans.
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