3dscanexpertUpdated my Depth Sensor 3D Scanning Shootout with example scans. RealSense SR300 vs. Structure Sensor vs. Kinect V2. Link in bio or 3dscan.expert/depthsensors
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- urjnlegendHey wait a minute, you're the guy who owns 3d scan expert website, the guy whos been reviewing the occipital structure sense scanner and the stock and that other software that comes with it, right!//!?!
- urjnlegendI am looking into the occipital 3d scanner structure sensor. I need to scan models that are shoe sized.
- urjnlegendMy school has a nextengine 3d scanner i can use for basically free, except the hassle of using it there. Can the occipital be used in conjunction with my gaming pc, via skanect (even the beta)? I woyld rather not use the ipad since my pc is way better for processing. I need to produce 1:1 scaled objects to 3d primt straight from the scan or perhaps mod them slightly in a program
- mic.x.illThank you for this review I should be getting my structure sensor today.. I was curious about the Kinect though
- 3dscanexpert@urjnlegend there is a huge difference between the geometric accuracy of the next engine and structure sensor or any other IR depth sensor. So it depends on the accuracy you need. Structute also works directly on PC with a special Hacker Cable and Skanect. Only no textures then.
- urjnlegend@3dscanexpert i need to scan a gun, for exterior mesh that would be good enough to 3d print at 1:1 scale replica for holster making.
- urjnlegendThe color texture would not matter, solely the polygonal mesh to be accurate to 3d print it, just for outside the gun scans, the inside is irrelevant
- 3dscanexpertI think depth sensors aren't accurate enough for objects that small. A laser scanner like the NextEngine or a desktop structured light scanner is more suitable.
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