For week four, I've decided to break the habit of the lifetime and actually try to make some of the results here vaguely useful. I emphasise the term vaguely.
We're into week three of my self/Covid-19-isolation imposed daily photogrammetry challenge. I honestly thought I'd get bored and pack it in after one day. Go me.
Week One's entries to my daily photogrammetry challenge, revolved around Doom. This week I'm going with a similar theme - our garden.
That's right, I've given myself the daily challenge of reconstructing any random crap I find around the house, using photogrammetry.
T-Rex follow-up – Laser Scanning v Close Range Photogrammetry11 November, 2019
I recently compared laser scanning with photogrammetry for creating game assets, to see which would be the superior approach. Turns out, combining both might actually be the preferable solution.
T-Rex Skull – Laser Scanning v Close Range Photogrammetry4 November, 2019
Laser scanning and close range photogrammetry go head to head. Which will transpire to be the superior solution for getting my lovely, replica Tyrannosaurus Rex skull into a game engine?
Externalising the Archive – British Ceramics Biennial21 August, 2019
Opening September 6th at The Spode Museum Trust Heritage Centre, this event invites guests to engage with the site's incredible and historically valuable collection of moulds.