I’ve made some progress in the past week with getting a implementation of OpenSfM running on my own machine and finally have done so. I ran a couple of test 2D images through the reconstruction pipeline with moderate results. So, I thought it was time to run some actual 3D printed material through it to seem what reconstructions I could get!
Obviously, this was a bit disappointing; however, some others had better pixel formations and densities resembling the image more so.
Here is a Spiral
So that mesh is getter better especially from the first one. Here is one last one which is a cone with two spheres in it.
Overall, the meshes got better and better which is promising.
Goals for next week:
- Rework the configuration files to attempt to get more denser meshes
- Research other techniques for 3D reconstruction that have open source software packages
- More research on parameters for pixels and matching points within meshes.