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Would using multiple xbox 360 kinects still be a good enough way to do photogrammetry?
I have two that i used for facial animations, i dabbled in making 3D scans but they were always a little too messy, is there a simple way to get them cleaned up?
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No, it was never good and will never be good. Get Agisoft instead.
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>>571934
you need the highest resolution you can get and
kinects do not have that at all also their color accuracy is terrible. id just buy some newer point and shoots that give you full manual control

and like the other guy agisoft photoscan is the king and has been for a long time
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that dude looks like he'd been better off being 100% basketball american instead of 80%
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>>571934
no, original xbox kinects have laughable resolutions and xb1 kinects are only 1024 if i remember correctly. it's still a joke and you cant get reliable detail from points to mesh.
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>>573776
Post more of your photogrammetry work. I loved the wolf on the slide rule so much. I want to see more.
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Not enough detail for photogrammetry, but would work for basic mocap.




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