RealityCapture for Culture competition [ENDED]

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    George Pinkava

    Trosky Castle, Czech Republic.

    Hi, here is my model of Trosky castle in the Czech Republic https://sketchfab.com/models/a2484cc80ac34fc6b5ea818f7da0e1e9

    I hope this isn't too late :)

    edit: video of the project -https://youtu.be/VzlVw2WhHps

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    serm

    Wat Prasat,Laithai Bangkok Thailand

    Wat Prasat was built during the reign of King Narai the Great (during the late Ayutthaya period). The Ubosot, or temple hall, boasts sophisticated craftsmanship: the upper part features a divine god riding a mythic bird-beast (a Garuda), and the finial is decorated in the Mon style, with a royal lion featured beside the finial.

     The reason behind the unusual shape of the building is that the shape easily allows cool air to replace hotter air as it rises. The murals here, originating from the late Ayutthaya period, are the works of the most respected artists in the province. They are currently the oldest paintings in Nonthaburi. As the temple has successfully preserved much of its original art and décor, it serves as a resource for the study of Thai art.

    https://skfb.ly/6yQHZ

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    David Bruner

    Balkerne Gate, Colchester England

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    Balkerne Gate is a 1st-century Roman gateway in Colchester England. It is the largest surviving gateway in Roman Britain and was built where the Roman road from Londinium intersected the town wall.

    History The gate, which is the best-preserved Roman gateway in the country, was built c. AD 70–96. The gatehouse, which originally had two main arched passageways with separate arched footways on both sides, has largely disappeared. The remaining gateway which we see today is the south-side arched footway; however, the remains of a guard tower are also visible. (Wikipedia)

    Created in RealityCapture by Capturing Reality from 219 images in 00h:49m:09s. 24M DLSR. Photos by Mr. Richard Allen (walking photos).

     
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    Nathan Anderson

    Terezia Mine, Salina Turda - Romania (RCforCulture Competition)




    This photogrammetry captures the Terezia mine in Salina Turda, an ancient salt mine in Turda, Romania, dating back to the 10th century. Since 1992, the amazing mine has been preserved as a tourist destination, and fitted with attractions such as a ferris wheel, paddle boats and a table tennis courts.

    The incredible Terezia mine is a 90m high conical shape, including a wooden bridge to an island of beautiful glowing light sculptures, surrounded by a dense salt lake.  On the giant conical wall, look for a cascading waterfall of salt which formed when miners breached the wall of the cone and flooded the mine.  The space also has incredible acoustic properties, returning thunderous echoes throughout the chamber.

    This ambitious location was captured over an afternoon by Start VR as part of the Atlas Obscura virtual reality project. The data set included over 2000 photos, taken in difficult low light conditions. Capture included photos from the ground with a tripod and 4 metre pole, overhead drone, and even from the paddle boats in the surrounding lake.

    We tried a number of photogrammetry programs to process this diffcult data set, until arriving at Reality Capture which gave us results that blew us away, far beyond our expectations for such a difficult and quick shoot.

    Have a look at the model here:
    https://sketchfab.com/models/9a95114144c84995a58df851bf60bc02

    You can also see the finished processed models from around the world as part of Atlas Obscura VR, trailer here: 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAr0FIEQR8k

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