3D body-scan (structured light)
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This is a 3D scan of me done using an ESUN structured light scanner. (I’m not affiliated with them). It uses four towers with a total of eight projectors and 16 cameras. Each full scan takes about two seconds. Photos of the scanning process can be found here.
Included is the raw OBJ output as well as a watertight, printable STL file.
I firmly believe in Open Source and while this is not exactly a technical achievement it’s what I have to offer. You are welcome to use this scan for your own projects but kindly remember it is of a real person who will probably see the end result. Be nice.
Update 8/30/15: I've uploaded a much nicer version of the cleaned up scan provided by ESUN. This does not have the distorted face the older file has. It's labeled "best version". They also provided the texture file which is in the zip archive.
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