Issues with creating mesh of an item (Warped/messy mesh)

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  • Nathan.schmerker
    3Dflower
    • Sep 2023
    • 3

    Issues with creating mesh of an item (Warped/messy mesh)

    Hello!

    I'm trying to work on getting a 3D scan of an object using photogrammetry, but I'm getting a very messsy and unorganized result:
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    I'm not sure why 3df Zephyr is making this, but it's causing me great confusion.

    I'm using all of the default presets and quality. Does anyone have any tips or help they can provide?

    Here is the link for the images I took of the item I'm trying to scan
  • cam3d
    3Dflover
    • Sep 2017
    • 665

    #2
    Hi Nathan.schmerker - Thanks for sharing the source images! This is a case of weak data in, poor result out.

    - Your subject is difficult because it is all one colour and doesn't have much clearly defined surface detail.
    - The photos you are taking are not good enough for successful photogrammetric reconstruction (motion blur, poor coverage, low f/stop etc..)
    - Try and use a DSLR or mirrorless camera instead of a mobile device, this gives you a lot more control and will generally give better results.

    I highly recommend that you review our tutorials and documentation: https://www.3dflow.net/technology/do...hyr-tutorials/

    This tutorial could also be useful to you: https://www.3dflow.net/technology/do...for-turntable/

    If there is anything not covered by our resources, feel free to ask additional questions either here or through support@3dflow.net


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    • Nathan.schmerker
      3Dflower
      • Sep 2023
      • 3

      #3
      Originally posted by cam3d
      Hi Nathan.schmerker - Thanks for sharing the source images! This is a case of weak data in, poor result out.

      - Your subject is difficult because it is all one colour and doesn't have much clearly defined surface detail.
      - The photos you are taking are not good enough for successful photogrammetric reconstruction (motion blur, poor coverage, low f/stop etc..)
      - Try and use a DSLR or mirrorless camera instead of a mobile device, this gives you a lot more control and will generally give better results.

      I highly recommend that you review our tutorials and documentation: https://www.3dflow.net/technology/do...hyr-tutorials/

      This tutorial could also be useful to you: https://www.3dflow.net/technology/do...for-turntable/

      If there is anything not covered by our resources, feel free to ask additional questions either here or through support@3dflow.net

      Alright, thank you!

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