3d Scanning with a turntable (People)

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    Hollie Bell

    I've got a better result by standing closer.   I'll try with all cameras now.

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    Zuzana Ďuríčková CR

    Hello Hollie,

    please switch the left-most view to 1Ds. You will be able to see all the created components - it is possible that several of them were created. In order to merge all images to one component, you might need to shoot images with better overlap both horizontally and vertically. What alignment settings did you use? Can you post a screenshot?

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    Hollie Bell

    Hi Zuzana,

    Already you've taught me something! I didn't know there were components,

    Is it possible to join/merge each component together?

    Here is a screenshot of my settings. How would I optmize them for people scanning, and so the images overlapped better.
    My set up has 16 cameras in two rows of 8. Each camera sits between the two above it to the right and below it to the right.

    (This is for a different scan) 

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    Lucia CR

    hello Hollie, it sure is,

    look up the 'Merge Components' tutorial in the Help section of the software,

    further, this tutorial is directly related to full-body scanning:RealityCapture Help 'Re-use Alignment';

    some recommendations how to take pictures: https://support.capturingreality.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001528211-Taking-pictures-for-photogrammetry,

     

     

    how to access the help: https://support.capturingreality.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001485172-Help-SW-documentation-manual-

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    stevenramsey123

    Try rotating your cameras in to portrait. your wasting a lot of pixels and overlap

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