With this tiny tuto, we will compare 4 automatic retopology methods with Meshlab, Instant Meshes, Rhino and 3DsMax 2023. Meshlab and Instant Meshes are Free, Rhino, not too expensive and Max…well…it’s pro software. There are many other solutions, they will be compared later.
For this test, I’ll use the Nefertiti bust which can be found here: https://www.openculture.com/2019/11/download-stunning-3d-scans-of-the-bust-of-nefertiti.html or here https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/nefertiti-c2f7a55a51fa495eb1d284c0fb8fdcee
Remember that Retopology is not simple decimation, it’s really a way to reorganize the mesh to make it work better for further use.
The file is 6.421.620 polygones. Continuer la lecture de Easy Retopology
A tree is not an obvious subject to scan. For this test, it’s even more complicated as it has no leafs left, and very thin branches. Let’s see what we can get. Let’s see what we can do.
Continuer la lecture de The old Tree – photogrammetry
Boat Survey: Kifanlo parametric analysis
Built in 1955 in Les Sables d’Olonne, the KIFANLO was classified as a historical monument in 1984. She is one of the 16 identical hull trawlers launched by the Batifort shipyard between 1945 and 1957. The Kifanlo is a tuna trawler made of wood with mixed propulsion. She is 16.37 metres long, with a tonnage of 27.51 tons, and is equipped with a 120 hp Poyaud engine. (more at https://oceam.org/presentation-du-kifanlo)
Continuer la lecture de Kifanlo part3 – Evaluating deformations from cut sections