From a scanning perspective, this Gothic chair with its intricate carvings and many through holes poses a challenge to any scanning methodology. Only Photo2Topo makes possible this level of photorealism.
Scans of manmade environments and objects.
Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto served as a location for a test shoot for Canadian art photographer, Ed Burtynsky. The ability to work in highly shadowed and completely light-denied environments like this kiln is a hallmark of Photo2Topo’s proprietary capture system.
An American-made mining machine about 1000′ down the Uralkali potash mine near Berezniki, Russia. To catch the upper sections, this Mad Max-looking machine was captured in a space with higher ceilings, then later composited with a section of tunnel. Virtual cinematography developed for Ed Burtynsky’s film trilogy, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch.
This carved dining table features four types of wood, the grain unique to each brought to life with a pseudo form of scan-based specular maps, the shiny property. Full scan-based speculars are in the pipeline.
Surrounded by psychedelic color and shapes, Russian miners break for bagels and coffee at this welded bench table. 8K texture maps allow you to read the Russian newspaper used as tablecloth, if you know Cyrillic. The many tools lying about, the dial telephone, an oasis of things human in an otherwise otherworldly environment.