Scan of a Nissan Qashqai using Volume Stitching

A few days ago we tested our new feature volume stitching which enables the rough alignment of multiple volumes. We did a quick scan of a car using 1.5m sized volumes. What you can see below is the raw output of ReconstructMe without any filtering or post processing, except slightly repositioning of one of the volumes. We made up a promo video demonstrating the process and the results:

As you can see, ReconstructMe is running on a laptop and we are using the Asus Xtion Pro Live for better mobility and flexibility in scanning. We have a quite big release in the queue featuring among other things

  • Volume stitching
  • 3D Surface preview
  • PLY file support

Stay tuned.

11 thoughts on “Scan of a Nissan Qashqai using Volume Stitching

  1. Mike

    wow, fantastic…really amazing software… great work…. looking forward to the new release…

    Cheers,
    Mike

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    1. Christoph Heindl

      Yes that’s a shame. I’ve asked Derek once to do a voiceover, maybe he lends us his voice :)

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  2. Michael

    when you said multiple “3d sensor support” Did you mean that it can scan with multiple kinects at the same time or that it supports different brands of depth scanners?

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    1. Christoph Heindl

      different brands. we should be more clear about that. although in our labs we have multiple kinects at the same time running too ;)

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  3. Sorbus

    What did you prepare the car paint with before scanning? I have a black car that I’d like to scan, but the results are very patchy…

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