stonesoup - Crunchy is a good one too! Glad you liked the video! If you’d like to try it out with your own camera, you can download the program and run it in trial mode forever- just be aware you can’t save or export anything until you buy the activation code.
burnin - Thanks for posting that! I recall seeing those video thumbnails before, but I didn’t know the files were available for download. Very cool!
Sweenist - Yes, it works quite well with Blender! Exporting is very simple, I choose OBJ for the model and JPG for the textures and it’s done. The OBJ export is fast even on large models. Doris managed to import a 20,000,000 polygon model into Blender on her 24 GB of RAM computer for me (mine couldn’t handle that, I only had 3 GB at the time). So as long as you’ve got enough RAM, you can import very big scans!
ShadowCamero - Glad you enjoyed it! It’s surprisingly easy to get good results. Maybe it could even help aid your current work.
SKworld - I agree, I prefer the clay version over the textured! All the detail is really interesting. I’m aiming to create higher quality scans in the upcoming videos.
tehtoast - That’s funny you mention that, I only came across that video about a month ago- really super helpful, full of great tips that can help both beginners and more advanced users. The quality he gets from a single camera is really incredible. Thanks for sharing the link!