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Attention all MIRACO owners!
Share your MIRACO scan creations now for a chance to win a super useful Dual-axis Turntable.
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Ends Jan 10, 2024 (9:00 PM EST)
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First try with the brand new Miraco:
This is a toy sky, since like 20 cm diameter.
I scanned 2 figures I have although i don’t know how to upload textures on sketchfab. Sorry about it.
P.D. As new user I can just upload only 1 of them… sorry about it again
Not perfect for the first, its a black cat of a brown chair
Here’s a scan of a Mexican ceramic mask. I used the one shot method. 115 frames only.
Optimised Miraco Model of a Sea Shell
Scan my car for look if bigger engine fit.
Second picture is wireless earphone i integrate in mouled ear plug
Mhmmmm yummy pumpkin! Simplified, vertexcoloured.
First time using my Miraco. I scanned a calculator by using the snapshot mode. I wanted to see the quality in colour in 1 frame. I’m very impressed and I will finish the project. This was just a test
That’s cool. Are all the models you uploaded to Sketchfab above scanned with MIRACO?
Hi @Revopoint-Jane, yes all the optimised models on my Sketchfab page so far are from the MIRACO
Continuous (left) vs Single Shot (right)
Great comparison shot of continuous and single shot modes!