This assignment gives you two different options! Each is very different, with different requirements (downloading software, working online, mostly offline) and different output. Read each one for the details.
- Pretend you want to scan something at the lab in the Library and propose a project.
- For this assignment you will read the 3D Printing Sheet Sheet created by the OU Libraries, pick an object to 3d model at a museum (such as the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History), watch the photogrammetry video and answer questions on the 3d Ethics Worksheet on scanning your object.
- The full assignment for 3d scanning project proposal is online.
- Evaluation: for credit, assignment needs to complete all the steps (object, image, link/credit, answer all questions) and demonstrate awareness of relevant issues from the course
- Create a 3d model from provided photographs (photogrammetry) using provided photographs or your own photographs (if you have a digital camera, not just a smart phone).
- Follow this Photogrammetry tutorial online. You will need to download software for this assignment.
- You don’t need to photograph an object (unless you want to). The tutorial has a link to photographs you will run through the software to create your model.
- Evaluation: for credit, you need to post an image of something to the private student blog or your own website and a brief description of the object; citation/links to the tutorial and software used; anything else you want to add about your experience of the process.
- Your image does not need to be a perfect scan/model — it can be messy
Due Friday November 13 11:59 pm.
Feature image is the 3d model I made from the photogrammetry tutorial