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GeoCV Tour of the Month - Fashion Modeling Photoshoot10416

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Bellevue, Washington
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This is very cool Jonathan. I wonder how was it done. Were the panos with the people reprocessed after the 3D scan with no people? Otherwise I'm assuming the registration of the scans would have failed due to too many differences. This is inspiring.
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PolyCan private msg quote post Address this user
Very nice. Is this something that could be done with other currently available cameras like the OneX or Theta Z1?
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Los Angeles
Home3D private msg quote post Address this user
Incredibly creative. A testament to the genius of the GeoCV innovators as well as RowiLAB. I join @Tosolini in curiosity as to the production steps. I'm guessing space was scanned empty, marking the floor positions of each scan. Then new 360s (in GeoCV-speak, Viewpoints) were shot, matched and uploaded for reprocessing. Am I close?

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andreabortolot private msg quote post Address this user
Wow! Love it! Is fantastic the transition from a pano to's so smooth and well produced. Thanks for sharing.
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New York
Huntington, NY
vtg360 private msg quote post Address this user
Wow, very nice work! Not to oversimplify, but it seems like the original panoramas were taken at various areas of the Studio with the GeoVC camera and then the scenes here were retaken with DSLR (hence the same models every 90 degrees in the same scene) and reuploaded to replace the original geoCV panoramas???

Curious if I got that right?

Thank you @Jonathan_GeoCV for sharing this. Very inspirational!
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Kumar private msg quote post Address this user
My take:
The viewpoints must have been shot right after the scan - it is simply impossible to get the same coordinates at later point.

While scanning - have it empty and for view point bring in people.
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Los Angeles
Home3D private msg quote post Address this user
It's not impossible. I've done it twice using GeoCV, shooting original panos, marking the location, and then returning later in different light. But it does require precision. I used both a bubble level and a digital compass to level and aim the camera's direction the same.

This was a very cool experiment, using GeoCV's power to produce a very creative walkthrough.
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