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    a short "fantasy" involving photogrammetry and tracking

    I just wanted to share my last experiment, based on photogrammetry.
    I team up with a drone operator and a musician for this : https://vimeo.com/358042330
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    That was cool.

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    Very nice. So is the photogrammetry getting extracted from the Drone footage?
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    Thanks scallahan1

    That's correct, Ma3rk, a bunch of pictures (around 600 if I am not mistaken) were captured with the drone, and a few additional footages to work on the montage.
    The huge model (+20M polys) built from those pictures was then cleaned up with 3d-Coat. Tracking was done with SynthEyes, then graphic shaders and render were done with LightWave.
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    Really neat production Olivier! My favourite bits were the end stuff, showing the meshes and wireframes. Very cool, and lovely footage as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omichon View Post
    Thanks scallahan1

    That's correct, Ma3rk, a bunch of pictures (around 600 if I am not mistaken) were captured with the drone, and a few additional footages to work on the montage.
    The huge model (+20M polys) built from those pictures was then cleaned up with 3d-Coat. Tracking was done with SynthEyes, then graphic shaders and render were done with LightWave.
    Slick. I've a relative up in the Seattle area that does drone work & I think he really needs to see this.
    Thanks.
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    Thanks lardbros
    BTW, the mesh shown during the credits is not at full res, but 1:4 poly. At full res, wireframes were too dense.

    Ma3rk, you're welcome !
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