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General / Re: should I see the whole object with all camera? can I zoom?
« on: January 28, 2014, 03:34:15 PM »
5 vertical on 6 side is enought for a head scan?
won't you miss some part of the chin?

Right now I'm using this kind of rig (see attachment)

General / should I see the whole object with all camera? can I zoom?
« on: January 28, 2014, 12:07:42 PM »

In case of a head scan, with 30 camera for example.
Should the whole head be visible on all the pictures or can I zoom and take only a part to maximise information about the head?
Since a lot of pictures will overlap.

Can I zoom? and by that I mean, can I have a different level of zoom on each camera or should it be the same for all of them?


General / Re: "Not Enough Memory"
« on: January 28, 2014, 01:36:39 AM »
Alo note that your windows version is possibly limiting you :

Starter: 8GB Max
Home Basic: 8GB Max
Home Premium: 16GB Max
Professional: 192GB Max
Enterprise: 192GB  Max
Ultimate: 192GB Max

General / Head scan, lightning and best position.
« on: January 25, 2014, 06:38:27 PM »

Recently I did some experimentation with a Coolpix L27, taking 21 pictures, and a silicone mask stuffed with t-shirts.
Contrary to my belief I got some very good result :

Moving to live humans I plan to get 30 of them however I do not have a lightning system yet.
Since I have little to no knowledge of photography I don't want to buy stuff that won't be of use.

My main idea is to use 30 3W warm white LED, one on each camera (light intensity will be adjustable).
warm white can be corrected with the white balance and it's cheaper than natural light led.
but since I'm making a sphere around the head each camera will "see" 15 leds, woudn't this make a bad pictures?

How could I evenly light a human head?

also would it help to make a 15 stereo pair camera sphere rather than a 30 camera sphere.

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