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    Transforming Photographs into Sculptures

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2014)

    London, UK, 8 - 10 July 2014


    Lee Wagstaff


    With 3d printing still hitting the headlines offering a multitude of miracle claims from organ construction to a manufacturing revolution. It is time to look past the hype and see how this technology can be more widely utilized and further developed in the hands of artists, designers and hobbyists. One of the main problems for 3d printing enthusiasts in the past was finding or creating original things to print. Ambitious 3d projects used to require external expert technical assistance and a large budget. To create 3d models from scratch requires certain proficiency with computers and a large amound of skill and time. This is where I believe that the process of photogrammetry has a role to play.


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