I have built an open scan a couple of months ago but somehow have not had much succes with it.
I want to scan small intrinsic mechanical parts to reproduce them with a 3d printer.
I have tried scanning multiple objects but have never succeeded in getting any 3d rendering at all... its getting frustrating that i cant figure it out.. I have tried with multiple software packages like VSFM , Meshroom , Zephyr3d but still..
I have altered the scanner to be in an enclosure with LED strips 360 degrees around scanner.
I have made marking on the turntable platform to have more pattern recognition.
I have added a green screen to mask te openscan device out of the picture.
All i have tried keep giving me the same results where VSFM thinks all pictures still are coming from a single point instead of rotating the images around the cloudmesh.
Camera is an Iphone 8. I added an example picture just to get a sense of the setup.
Could somebody point out my mistake please?
I am starting to think its something with the EXIF info giving the same geolocation... i am going crazy
I am really sorry to hear about your struggles. Good news is, that there is a relatively easy fix. Any photogrammetry software is looking for features in the image. Even and unicolor areas do not have (m)any useable features and thus it will be ignored by the software. For the software your image contains some grainy background with a moderate number of features and some yellow/black very uniform areas. Please read the following tutorial on how to fix it: https://en.openscan.eu/post/tutorial-scanning-a-metal-key-with-the-right-amount-of-scanning-chalk-spray On plastic and metal items scanning/chalk spray is necessary in 9/10 cases. I hope that gives you at least some direction