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Hello /3/,

I am looking for some hardware to 3D scan some models I sculpted (irl).
I have found a cheap one in pic related, but as far as I see it, this will not give me a good result.

Do you have any pointers?
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>>602140
If you have a decent stills camera or smartphone, just capture a bunch of photos and use photogrammetry software to compile them into a 3D mesh. Unlike a scanner you'll be able to extract texture data too, if you need it.
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>>602142
I looked around but sadly only found software that either needs a subscription, or doesn't have any gui going on. So I kind of back away from that idea. Do you have any recommendations though?
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>>602144
3dzephyr has a free version.




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