RND Photogrammetry “Wild Hog”

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owei
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RND Photogrammetry “Wild Hog”

Post by owei » 15 Dec 2017, 14:02



Hey there, this one I recently finished for some exhibition I took part in. Some photogrammetry of a wild hog skull, found in the woods nearby.
Hope you like it ;)

Specs:
Photographs: 250 Photos 4k Raw against Green Screen
Mesh: 1 843 470 Polygons
Texture: 16000 x 16000 pixel
Photogrammetry Software: Agisoft Photoscan agisoft.com
3D Software: SOFTIMAGE|XSI
Renderer: Redshift 3D redshift3d.com
Music: "Itasca, It's Glowing Red Hot" by Chris Zabriskie chriszabriskie.com
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3D by Oliver Weingarten, Siegen/Germany in November 2017

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Re: RND Photogrammetry “Wild Hog”

Post by rray » 15 Dec 2017, 19:38

Amazing scan, very nice presentation also!
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Re: RND Photogrammetry “Wild Hog”

Post by sant0s » 01 Feb 2018, 12:06

Very nice, and yea, cool presentation!

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Re: RND Photogrammetry “Wild Hog”

Post by McNistor » 18 Apr 2018, 22:19

Pretty sweet! Any chance of sharing it?
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Re: RND Photogrammetry “Wild Hog”

Post by owei » 19 Apr 2018, 11:17

Thanks ;) You mean sharing the scene? Or doing a making of?

cheers,
oli

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Re: RND Photogrammetry “Wild Hog”

Post by McNistor » 23 Apr 2018, 18:44

I was thinking about object/textures, but now that you've mentioned that, I say "how about both?" :))
The society that separates its scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools.
-Thucydides