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RESEARCH: Autodesk Photofly

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Uploaded on Jun 14, 2011

3D Bench scene is created using Autodesk Photofly (http://labs.autodesk.com/technologies...)

This is a self research/project I am doing to test a tool from Autodesk Lab. Basically Project Photofly allows user to convert photos into 3D objects.

The updated version 2 brings a lot of improvements in term of performance, and also more options to export out the resulting 3D scene as point clouds or OBJ file format. You may also output the result as a simple 3D fly-thru and upload it to YouTube,

In this simple test, it only took a roughly 25 photos of a bench just at the park next to Sydney central station. The bench is surrounded by a lot of leaves and plenty of environment details.

I used Photofly to then process these photos and convert them into 3D scene. Surprisingly the result is 80-90% correct. Then I took it into Blender 3D and does this quick setup for render.

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