I am again here at the forum after a period of absence
Today I have started a new project:
color 3D scanning of an antique vases collection
I used POP 2 with the latest software version for the first test. The intention is to do comparison tests with the MINI and the new two-axis turntable (which I received yesterday), but to do this I have to wait for the software update to be able to use it (scheduled for the weekend).
To scan, I used a light box and the speed controllable turntable.
I used for scanning the following setting:
Accuracy - fast scan
Scan Mode - features
Texture - color
I used for Fuse Setting:
Point pitch - 0.15 mm
I used for Mesh Settings:
Mesh Quality - 6
Denoise - 5
Fill Holes - yes
and after Texture mapping
For final editing (for removing unwanted scan parts) I used Revo Studio (last version)
Below are images of the various processes and the final result
3D model without texture
Very nice Davide , don’t you think that POP2 textures looks so much better than before ?
I made some tests yesterday and seems to be less fussy with the last software .
I am also waiting for the software update to be able to use the Revo Dual Axis .
I agree, the texture quality has definitely improved with the latest software.
I believe the revopoint team’s work on software is essential to improving quality without changing the hardware.
I agree , software is always the essential key in scanning , usually the hardware is always better than the software . So huge room for improvements . Happy to see the progress .
Nicely done. The results really shine when the maximum zoom is used (had to click twice to get that).
No long no e-see you! Nice scans. Thanks for sharing!
well found to you!
thanks for your appreciation!
The new software allows the creation of a much better texture on POP 2