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  1. #11
    Is it something like this your were after
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    I spent five mins just messing with it but there is a lot of noise on the picture.

  2. #12
    How on earth did you get that?!

    Thats looking good! What program is that?

    If you are feeling generous i might have to pinch a 3d model of that :)

    By noise, is that because it is a low resolution picture?

  3. #13
    Yeah the noise is the low res picture and by all means i can send a 3d model ill have a look see if i can get it any better

  4. #14
    Yes please, and thankyou, what program did you use?

  5. #15
    Ok hows this
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    I found a hi res picture of it

  6. #16
    I use aspire ill have to figure out how to send a 3d model of it

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Jester View Post
    I use aspire ill have to figure out how to send a 3d model of it
    Good effort, maybe this helps

    http://support.vectric.com/aspire-qu...el-from-aspire

    How did I guess it was going to be big money software
    Spelling mistakes are not intentional, I only seem to see them some time after I've posted

  8. #18
    Thats awsome! Shame it is big money software i cant afford yet :(

  9. #19
    What software do you have I will try replicate it for you when I get out of hospital lol

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    If you want to create a greyscale image like the shell in the first post, you first need to model the object in a 3D modeling program.
    Then you need to render the depth map in a rendering program like blender.
    http://blendtut.wordpress.com/2011/0...e-a-depth-map/

    This method is far more complex than the quick and easy bitmap to 3D model in Aspire shown above, but the results will be far superior. And once you have a 3D model, you can render the depth map from different angles, for a variety of different effects.
    Blender is free, btw, and there are many low cost 3D modeling programs out there.
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