ReconstructMe free real-time 3D reconstruction software

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    Thought this might be of interest to folk with a 3D printer or a Kinect v1 for Windows Kinect v1 for xBox 360.

    http://reconstructme.net/qa_faqs/how-do-i-create-a-3d-selfie/

    There is a spiffy new feature ,

     
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    Very clever! I've seen apps like this for phones, but they don't work very well. I guess the stereo Kinect camera will work much better :).

    I don't have a Kinect or XBOX, but I'll see if I can try this and 3D print something I've scanned, next time I'm somewhere with one of these cameras. Must of my friends either have PS4s or PCs, but I'm sure one of them will have a Kinect that I can try :D.
     
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    @Ian Supports all of these sensors too.

    ReconstructMe already supports a variety of commodity 3D cameras and we are working hard on integrating new and exotic ones as soon as we take notice of them. We felt it is about time to put details into perspective. Therefore we are kicking off a camera review series to cover sensor specifications, installation instructions and more.

    Intel
    RealSense R200
    RealSense F200
    Orbbec
    Astra S
    Astra L
    Asus
    Asus Xtion Pro
    Asus Xtion Pro Live
    Microsoft
    Kinect v1 for Windows
    Kinect v1 for xBox 360
    PrimeSense
    PrimeSense 1.08
    PrimeSense 1.09
    Structure
    structure.io
    Virtual devices
    File Sensor
    Network Sensor
    External Sensor

    :cool:
     
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