Coooooool! Spotted this video showing a monitor playing documentation footage of skateboarding tricks being turned into 3D shapes, alongside 3D-printed models of those shapes adjacent on the table; the video appears to show an Adalogger & VL6180X Time of Flight Distance sensor inside a custom enclosure attached to the trucks.
Paul from @convivial_studio says in a comment,
it’s a custom c++ app using openframeworks. I need to clean up the source code and I will share it on instructables
We look forward to seeing that code and project in the future! 🙂
OH here’s another clip we just found:
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