Rubik Cube 100% 3D (by Ferentz)

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This time I have tryed again with better lightning and better background setup. Last time, the bottom part was merged really weard becuase of unrelated differences in background.

Now everything seems ok. Actually there are 30% less pictures and few more angles covered. I'm quite pleased how the point cloud looks. Also I'm surprized that photosynt captured even the litle holes from the center of each plane.

F - fullscreen
P - point cloud
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Synthy 100%
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Photos 96
Date Created 2/6/2009

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(10)
dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
Awesome. Love how you captured the bottom too. Point cloud is great.
Jonathan Over 1 year ago
best cube synth yet!
madeeds Over 1 year ago
How did your cube get so scuffed up? Did you do that for the synth?
Fere Over 1 year ago
I was expecting this question :P
It's a rubik cube gifted by my brother to me. I used it to learn how to solve it and finally managed. That's how it got so grungy. :D
bus_alex Over 1 year ago
It looks really great, especially the dirt and little holes . Good job.
Nathan Over 1 year ago
Inspiring, I'm going to try and get some 360 point clouds.
gymboh32 Over 1 year ago
thas amazing..how did you manage 100% synthy..the cube came out great
Fere Over 1 year ago
I tooked the pictures in a stop motion movie fashion. Camera stood still and I have rotated the cube 20~30 degrees at a time. When completing a full circle the camera pitch and height were increased so that it was still pointing at the cube. I have repeated this process once for "ecuator", twice for each "hemishpere" and also tooked a few pics for the "poles". The though part was to make an smoth background with almoust no shadows. I achieved this on a cloudy day with a background set made out of white paper.

You'll observe that the top and bottom planes, being exposed in a larger number of pics then the other 4 planes, are a bit more well defined.

Oh, by the way, I'm surprised to see that the my synth has such a big succes, I'll try to rie to the expectations with my other synths on wich I'm working.
Timetaraveler Over 1 year ago
This is so great!!!! amazing cloud.


btw: I think the damages on the cube actualy help photosynth. So I guessed you did this even on purpose.
auracle111 Over 1 year ago
incredible syth. excellent application of the technology! very clever!
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