The exploration of this project was to make a fairly decent sized, automated Photogrammetry 3D scanner. The current photogrammetry solutions seem to be small, with very minimal range of the camera.
I've also seen concepts of using really large wheels with DSLR's, and some manual guides to hold cameras. All seem very clunky.
I designed this piece to be a fully automated process, without the obserdities. Maybe my design is obserd, but meh, it's what I want.
The design isn't entirely complete, just a number of missing nuts and screws. And need to look into how to better secure the turn table, as I'd imagine it will get pretty floppy without additional support. Will more than likely go with some wheels to hold the table from underneith.
This was all built in Autodesk Fusion 360, as it's my most familiar CAD tool to use. I tried to atleast export in more compatible formats, but no garrantees it will work.
Photogrammetry 3d Scanner
A mid-sized version of a Photogrammetry 3D Scanner.
- Build License:
- CC - Attribution Share Alike - CC BY SA
Reason for this BuildI'm bad with abstract art on the computer, but great with clay. So 3D scanner it is.