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    Lightbulb 3D scanning & Zbrush

    Hi Zbrushers!

    How are you?

    I'm working with Zbrush mainly to process scanned data. Recently I've build a 3D scanner, and I'd like to share how I built it. Read the blog article here: http://www.markflorquin.be/?p=9495

    Here's a screenshot of the result after editing in Zbrush:



    I hope the article is inspiring. For the next scan I will record a timeline of the process from Raw scan to finished model. Stay tuned!

    Greetings,

    Mark
    My work available on Turbosquid | Homepage: Mark Florquin

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    Very good.

    "Yes We Scan"

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    Hi Mark,

    Nice scan and a good 3D scanner setup looking forward to your tutorials. I'm myself is experimenting with the combination between Kinect reconstructme.net and Zbrush, because of the limitation of the kinect z depth res. There is a bit of cleaning inside zbrush but the future looks bright:-) Will follow your thread and maybe we could share some common knowledge to enhance the use of 3D scans technology and Zbrush.
    Here is my result using my girlfriend as a guinea pig
    Reconstructme test raw data and created my own BPR Shader


    Best
    Daniel

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    Lightbulb 3D scan cleaning timelapse

    Thanks Jrulier!

    Hi Daniel,

    Cool result! I'm using the Kinect for base meshes and Agisoft for high detail textured scans.

    I've just posted a new article on Cleaning up Scan data in Zbrush, keeping detail intact. you can see the article here: http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...ting-in-Zbrush

    Or watch the video's on my blog: http://www.markflorquin.be/blog/2013...mark-florquin/

    There's still a lot of cleaning to be done, very time consuming (I spent 6 hours from scan to finished model). but I'm learning and improving as I go.

    On the next scan I'm going to project the data immediately on a UV's base mesh to improve the workflow.
    My work available on Turbosquid | Homepage: Mark Florquin

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