Isabelle Body Scan

Mark posted a full body scan of Isabelle yesterday. Here’s the turntable animation video

I asked him for a statement on the required post-processing. Here is his full answer quoted.

[…] I’m impressed with the perfomance of ReconstructMe! Can’t stop scanning.

[…] After a few scans I found myself moving away from stiff “standard poses”, to more inspired ones, like a photographer would do. Its so much fun, scanning in 3D!

[…] Some post-proces info: I’ve applied smoothing here and there in Zbrush in addidition to Standardbrush adding – substracting to enhance the wrinkels in the clothing. Then scan was made with the “human” config settings, The face comes from a different scan.

More on his blog.

Here are two more turntable animations of Isabelle

and Mark

9 thoughts on “Isabelle Body Scan

  1. Mark Florquin

    Thanks Pascal, she is wonderfull to work with. Today I did some new scans with her, to test the multiscan function. After a few scans I found myself moving away from stiff “standard poses”, to more inspired ones, like a photographer would do. Its so much fun, scanning in 3D!

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    1. Christoph Heindl Post author

      Hi Mark, would you like to share these? I’d love to put them online.

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        1. Christoph Heindl Post author

          Hi Mark,

          what do you mean that it skips .ply creation? That should never happen. In case the volume was already converted, ReconstructMe remembers that and won’t convert it again. use --force to re-convert everything.

          You can always open post-align the .ply files in Meshlab either using pair-wise alignment or manual alignment.

          Best,
          Christoph

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  2. Jamie Arias

    What would i need to be able to scan a clay sculpture i just about completed to get a water tight mesh to use on a CNC machine to enlarge original sculpture that is about 27″ tall to 7 feet tall in EPS foam (Styrofoam)
    Any help on or Leeds on what hardware and software i would need to accomplish this. and what kind of results i could expect.
    Thank you
    Sincerely
    Jamie Arias

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    1. Mark Florquin

      Hi Jamie, try ReconstructMe & Kinect with “Human_highres” config settings! I’m using a turntable but you can off course walk around the statue. Good luck!

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  3. Tasker Smith

    Christoph,
    I am having trouble getting good results with a full body scan.
    Reconstructme seems to complete it’s scan before I have the whole figure scanned.

    Can you please post the following:

    Reconstructme Version you are using
    Sensor Type
    Settings for Volume / Handling / Surface / Device
    Distance from sensor to model
    Any movement you make with the sensor while the model is rotating on a turntable (if you used a turntable).

    The portrait / selfie mode is fantastic and works every time. It’s just the full body scan that is giving me trouble.
    Thanks !

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