Hi everyone! I’m completely baffled by the magnificient textures you folks could get with the MINI. Can you please explain whether you used specific presets? As I explained in this post, I really have some bad results on my end
@Popi they are not as good as from POP2 and that’s the fact , it is difficult to get good colors because blue laser is sensitive to bright light .
The only light that can helps here is LED warm light , the one sold by Revopoint but also available on Amazon .
I am going today to print a special case for the lights to give the shadowless appearance on the objects as I did for POP2 .
Regarding pixelations and triangles , it depends of how big the model is, smaller polygons model tends to have bigger triangles and bigger models smaller .
The best result is to convert the RBG color per vertex data to textures and create new UVs . You will get more uniform textures and no triangles .
In the begining before the MINI release the program did very beautiful sharp textures with MINI but the alignment was wrong , and after alignment was fixed the quality went down a bit .
But I am sure if you work a little bit more on the lighting, your results will be better as that is the major key after all , but it is tricky , I use my Revo LEDs on lowest light settings and do not affect that match the scanning . Keeping the light 10cm to 20cm away from the object . Behind the MINI , one on top RGB camera and one below it as that is the point from where the textures are captured .
Hi PUTV, thank you for your recommendations, I’ll give all of that a try. At the end of your paragraph you’re suggesting that I should use two LED lights then ? One on top of the scanner and one below? Just to be sure.
Let’s hope they will find a way to make both beautiful textures and right alignment in the long run
Yes that is correct @Popi the way you see here in the photo , I working on the attachment for MINI
The LED need to be set on lowest light brightness so it don’t overpowering the blue light laser , and warm tone light .
One light on top and then be below to avoid shadows
It will works , and you can adjust it to your liking. Also you will need to use it on the lowest power settings , warmer tones will affect the gain less so you can adjust the perfect light tone and power with this one to get the perfect balance .
There is no one setting for all , gray surfaces reflecting different than white surfaces . So try to set the light tone using a white object , and later you can just adjust the light power for darker objects .
No problem I want to make the supporting case better anyway so it don’t block the heat escaping from the aluminium and better bottom .
I am not home right now to send you a clear picture , but the cold shoe get above the RGB cam and below it with a very tiny slightly tilt to right as goes the lens of the RGB cam .
Also think about the lower part so it don’t affect the tripod when you attach light to it , MINI have a very small space between
For me not big deal , if I am early tonight home I will make it tonight .
I bought one of these led spotlights and with amazement I noticed that the cold shoe brackets are not the same size as the one on the Revopoint, both the scanner and the tripod.
Do you know if Revopoint uses a proprietary bracket?
We are all looking forward to your spotlight mount 3D object