Mini Course: Photogrammetry for 3D Reconstruction
Photogrammetry is a technique that lets you create a 3D model of an object you have taken pictures from it. Perfect for creating 3D assets, art, 3D printed models, being also useful for visualizing in 3D your object of scientific study.
Come and learn, the only things you will need to scan the world are your phone camera and a laptop.
This course is suitable for anyone.
The teacher will be Javier Tejeda Mora (PhD Student).
The course will take place in three sessions:
Introduction - Wednesday September 15, 10AM-12PM
- How does photogrammetry works?
- Specialized software for ingesting the data
- A quick tutorial with provided data
- Exporting the generated model to Blender for 3D printing
Workshop - Wednesday September 15, 1PM-4:30PM
We booked B705b, Lab 3 for the full afternoon and equiped it with some light so you can try taking pictures of an object in the best conditions. Come scan your own object with your phone (tips and tricks will be provided). Don't forget to bring your laptop, and a cable to connect your phone to your laptop as we will also dump the photos into the software.
Rendering your 3D model - Wednesday Septemver 17, 1PM-5PM
We will be available during that time in B701 to help you with reconstructing, or fine-tuning your 3D model from your own set of images. We can also give advice on how to get it 3D printed, or any other related topic.
- Location: B701, Computer Lab, Lab 3.
- What to bring: A laptop with
- Zoom link: if you prefer joining remotely, or if B701 exceeds 50% capacity, you can join using this link. Unfortunately, we won't be able to provide much help with the hands-on part via Zoom.
- Video Recording: this course might be recorded and uploaded online, only the teacher will be recorded. Contact Jeremie Gillet if you have reservations about this.
- Drinks: There will be free coffee and tea, bring your cup!
If you are interested in the course but cannot participate to this particular event, let us know and we will contact you for any later occurrence of this course.
Thank you very much for your interest.