I tried other times to reconstruct objects by taking photographs by circling the object and then placing the object on different sides, repeating a series of other shots around the object. I got very good results. However, there are circumstances where it is difficult to rotate around the object. So these days, I have been trying with a turntable. I placed a small "THUN" teddy bear by making five rings:
The first loop was in a sitting position, and I rotated the platter in steps of about 10 ° at a time.
I took the photos in the second round with the teddy bear lying on his back. Again, by rotating the rotator about 10 ° between one click and the next.
- Third loop, I took the shots by putting him on his stomach.
I took the photos in the fourth lap putting the teddy bear on the right side.
I took the photos in the fifth lap putting the teddy bear on the left side.
The result was very bad (all camera poses have been correctly registered). As if the reconstructions were intertwined. The turntable (its plot) was perfectly rebuilt. I have made other attempts, trying with handmade masks (simulating a green screen), but I have not obtained any results.
Maybe I should use export n components for n loops and then merge? So I wonder then the components would realign correctly?
Could you help me figure out the correct workflow with a turntable in Reality Capture?
Here is the result. Terrible:-) !
Thank you very much.
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