3dMD Self Portrait (三維自畫像)

6 05 2011

Using the 3dMDface System in the Craniofacial Center at the University of Illinois Medical Center, a 3D image of my face was captured. The 3dMD system utilizes Digital Surface Photogrammetry (DSP) to capture the 3D form by projecting a random light pattern with synchronized digital cameras set at various angles. By filtering different wavelengths of light, a 3D surface geometry and surface texture are acquired simultaneously, resulting in an accurate texture map when applied to the surface data.

The model was then imported into 3ds Max to create a cleaner low poly mesh with retopology. The surface texture is then mapped onto the new geometry.

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4 responses

6 05 2011
O.

This is so NEATO!!!!

6 05 2011
yuhuihuang

Next step to model eyes to fill those scary voids! 😀

8 08 2011
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