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Tuesday
Oct052010

This Month's New Models for our PhotoSculpt Viewer

This month I'm featuring the 14 image sets below for display in the PhotoSculpt Viewer.

  • The sets are composed of one color image and one displacement map image each
  • The displacement maps (also called depth map) are coding for depth (the images are grayscale. Black is always back, White is always front).
  • They were all created using my software Photosculpt Textures v1.0 based on 2 photos each (to compute depth with binocular stereovision algorithms)
  • It's easier as it sounds as you'll see in this video. Why don't you download and try-out Photosculpt Textures 30-day demo today ?
  • I will update the images / add new ones often so come back soon!

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