Digital Media: Models

Francis Wu

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My experiment started from looking into the capacity of photogrammetry in capturing details of objects. For the first object, I use a toy with cubic form and semi-reflective finish. The photogrammetry software, to a certain degree, failed to re-constrcut the true form of it. Meanwhile, the pattern of the map sheet is also captured and re-constructed due to the nature of reflection. For the scan on a collection, I chose the same object with non-reflected objects and a bottle of coke which has near full transparent container. The result demonstrates that the full transparent bottle shows invisible while the semi-reflective object remains distorted. The space I chose was a facade with some brick details. The result indicated that the software will capture the detail, but it would trade it as a flat surface. Also the glass will likely come out as invisible.

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