As another side project, I tried the “Structure from Motion”-method and recorded it. The results can be seen above. I had no color chart lying around, so there is no color correction. The result is not perfect, but pretty good. It is amazing what the software is able to do these days. The process of calculating the 3D model from the photos took about 4 hours (you won’t see that in the video). The process of rendering the final image in the 3D software was much quicker. Hope you enjoy!
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Last day of week-long event @Tate Exchange with Digital Maker Collective (DMC) @CCWDigital & partners including @NationalTheatre & @dimensionstudio immersive performance back in early march 2020, a week before first lockdown. Working on the next phase of DMC exploring web3 :}} 👀