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Cat scan and print at home !

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Cat scan and print at home ! by jothan May 4, 2013
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My second photogrammetry scan with printable results. This is a little cat figurine my brother gave me a long time ago.

Made with the usual Bundler, PMVS2, Meshlab and Blender pipeline.

Video of the first print: http://youtu.be/rzEoq9iRmps

Actual size ! *

* Or pretty close to it.

Original pictures: http://flic.kr/s/aHsjEYhZyn

The poisson.* files are the original reconstruted Poisson mesh, with texture attached. Basic UV unwrapping in Meshlab do not give great results and Voronoi Atlas keeps crashing on me. Be sure to "download original" when you grab the texture image.

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How did you color it! The first picture looks amazing!

jothan - in reply to jpan

It is a figurine that my brother gave me a long time ago. The first picture is a picture of the figurine as I received it. I have not printed it in color.

Could you publish a version with the texture map. I woul love to print it in color!

There you go, the texturing results are not great and you will have to rework the model slightly to get a good print. When I made the printable version, I lost the original registration with the cameras because I was not careful.

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