SIMPLE OBJECTS SCAN INSTRUCTIONS

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BE AWARE

Before starting shooting, you need to have carefully read the
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1. SQUARE METERS

For shooting simple objects, the space that allows you to rotate around the subject is sufficient.
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2. TIMING

The time required to perform a SIMPLE OBJECTS shooting is approximately 2-3 minutes considering the 2 rotations to recover the support base.

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3. BASE SUPPORT

If desired and where possible, the support base of an object can be acquired by rotating the object through 2 further shooting phases [optional].

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4. SIMPLE OBJECTS

Simple objects must not have particular cavities, holes, or complex shapes.
Simple objects can be considered: sofa, garment, fruit, food plates, closed boxes, uniform volumes, etc .; a shoe or a bas-relief could still be considered a simple object based on the shape.

For some objects, it may be difficult to acquire the support base even where the shooting of the support base was provided.

Objects with compound volumes, indentations, with reflective surfaces of metal, glass, ceramic and shiny plastics are not considered simple objects.

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5. COMPLEX OBJECTS

Simple objects do not include objects whose volumes are composed of several parts such as a chair, table, anthropomorphic statue, means of transport, house and objects of medium or large size.

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6. GUIDELINES FOR THE OPERATOR

Before shooting, remember that:

  • It is very useful to make a video test to compare with the SIMPLE OBJECT SCAN - DEMO SHOOTING video;

  • Fast camera movements create blur effects, so it is important to move around the subject slowly;

  • Never use the zoom to simulate an approach, you need to physically move to get closer and further away;

  • Use the grid to keep the framing of the subject aligned with what is expected in the SHOOTING STEP BY STEP.

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7. SHOOTING STEP BY STEP

The recording for the SIMPLE OBJECT SCAN can be formed either by 1 video only with 2 STEP or, optionally, by 3 videos with 4 STEP, depending on whether you also want to record the base side or not. Pay attention to what must be framed at the beginning and end of each phase so that the video (s) contain all the points of view necessary for the scan of the model.

 

STEP 1

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SIDE ROTATION: rotates around the object keeping the frame of the subject always in the centre of the screen and with a slightly high point of view; when you have completed the round, get a little closer starting from the top and finish with the starting position of step 2.

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VIDEO 1

STEP 2

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TOP ROTATION: rotates around the object keeping the frame of the subject always in the centre of the screen and with a viewpoint from above; when you have completed the lap, stop for a second and press stop to end the 1st video.

VIDEO 1

STEP 3

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SIDE A: put the object on its side to make a horizontal tracking shot that frames both the front A and the side on which it rested.

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VIDEO 2 - OPZIONALE

STEP 4 

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SIDE B: rotate the object 180 ° and keep it sideways to make a horizontal tracking shot that frames both the rear part B and the side on which it rested.

VIDEO 3 - OPZIONALE

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1) The acquisition of the base is currently only possible for objects whose volumes are very simple and without recesses.
Objects such as shoes, backpacks, hats hardly allow the integration of the support base.


2) If you reposition the object to acquire the support base, put it in a neighbouring area to avoid significant changes in light and the surrounding environment.

ATTENTION

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BE AWARE

Analyze the video below to replicate the movement of the camera and compare it with your video before uploading.

 

SIMPLE OBJECT SCAN - DEMO SHOOTING

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