Does anyone got good results using this technique?
We’re trying to scan a 2mt tall x 1m wide object on top of a rotating platform but we’re not getting good results. Seems like once we go further than 180° the scanned object keeps reconstructing with different alignment than the previous half turn.
In my experience the less symmetrical the object is the better the sensor can track something spinning in a circle. I.e. something perfectly cylindrical like a water bottle will work poorly, whereas a human will work better. Using a rotating platform should help because the rotation should be smooth and not too quick.
If you don’t mind me asking, what is the object being scanned?
Hey all! Bumping this old thread since we’re about to do a beta of a Structure SDK update with turntable-specific enhancements. This would apply to the iOS SDK (not Skanect). If you’d like to join, please reply on the post linked below, and/or DM me your email!
Exploring using this for full body scans with a person on a turntable. Not had a chance to explore the Structure SDK yet but I’ve done a lot of turntable scanning with Skanect and a Primesense so would certainly be interested in hearing about it.
We would like to scan turntable objects using Skanect and structure sensor. Do you have any recommendations? We try several times and always get a bad result. I believe the Skanet is not tracking the position of the sensor relative to the turntable/object.