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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Future Project Photofly Features Mesh Instead of Point Cloud Data




Thanks to our Labs team members who manned the exhibit area at Autodesk University.

  • Brian Mathews, Vice President, Autodesk Labs
  • Dominique Pouliquen, Marketing Director, Autodesk Labs
  • Keshav Sahoo, Director of Engineering, Autodesk Labs
  • Mason Foster, User Experience Architect, Autodesk Labs
  • Yan "Vicky" Fu, Software Researcher, Autodesk Labs

Here are some pictures based on the Project Photofly and Photo Scene Editor that we demonstrated at AU:

NikeShoe_Model & Cameras

NikeShoe_Wireframe

NikeShoe_Phototextured model

The astute observer will see that what is generated by Project Photofly is a mesh instead of a point cloud. Yes we are working on that. To quote the late Ed Sullivan: "Tonight we have a really big shoe, really big."

Based on our AU activities, I have added some short videos to the Labs site. Those without YouTube access can download the videos from my Buzzsaw site using IE or Firefox. (Sorry but Buzzsaw does not support Chrome.) Here is the updated list:

VideoYouTubenon-YouTube
Photo Scene Editor Introductionphoto_scene_editor_music_lowered_volume.mp4
Tutorial 1: Basic Usage photo scene editor video tutorial 1.mp4
Tutorial 2: Advanced Usage photo scene editor video tutorial 2.mp4
Tutorial 3: What's New in 1.2 photo scene editor video tutorial 3.mp4
Autodesk University 2010 Booth AU2010_LabsBooth.wmv
Autodesk University 2010 Nike ShoeNikeShoe.wmv
Autodesk University 2010 Sphinx Sphynx.wmv
The CAD Geek: Overview (customer video) 
Wrigley Field (customer video) 

Making progress on modeling from photographs is alive in the lab.


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