I want to track this breadboard, which I actually was able to do with 8 tracking markers. Now if I’m linking empties to track, it works fine but kind of tracks them as a flat 2d plane. I want the points to be tracked in 3d space.
The goal in the end is to put a plane on the breadboard and a 3d object on the plane. This is all just a test at the moment.
There are dozens of tutorials on YouTube on how to track camera motion, which I did as well at some point. I also know how to track a plane and put a picture on it like so: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLHng1P_CEs see after 17 seconds.
I also found this tutorial on YouTube, which is exactly what I want to do, but somehow I can’t follow it… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFRlNZOMRYw
Edit: it’s Blender 2.8
Edit2: By “tracks them as a flat 2d plane” I don’t mean the breadboard, which is actually a plane… I mean when I turn the board in the video, some of the points are supposed to go farther away from the camera and some are moving towards it… I hope this explains what I’m trying to do.