Results of combining 3D-scans and photogrammetry

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Fantastic images! Very well done!

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Zooming in further than that reveals the fairly heavy decimation and the loss of fine details, which is quite ashame.
Good Lord, this is beautiful! I don't think you lost enough detail to worry about. This is the first time I have ever said that a human skeleton was beautiful...feels slightly weird.

Beyond that is wonderful to see people working together collaboratively to capture and create these amazing things. Seeing this makes me very happy :D Daniel, you are the man!

In the second video Eugene posted. 18cm! I could not fit my big fat leg through that! It is fascinating to see this work performed at depths with the Artec and Faro scanners. It makes me very interested in Archaeology, but everything about watching those people squeeze their bodies through those crevasses makes me say nope, nope, nope :lol:

Amazing work...thank you so much for sharing!

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Looks amazing!
Great work. Thanks for sharing.

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