200 unrelated photographs, interpolated and converted to a 3d model using PhotoScan (123D Catch is cool, but has limits on the number of photographs you can upload for a single project).
Further experiment sending unrelated images to 123d Catch software – here 70 images were blended, put in a computer-rendered 3d living room, and uploaded. Created using Processing, bash scripting, and Rhino.
Resulting texture image from 123d Catch using 70 unrelated images placed in a fake 3d living room (click image for fullsize)
Initial success in hacking 123D Catch to accept an entirely random series of images.
Further refinement: programmatically-generated colored grids for better tracking and easier placement of missed photographs.
Success in allowing random images into 123D Catch, using the method in the previous post. Now for auto rotation in more than one direction to build a more dimensional surface…
A hack for uploading unrelated images to Autodesk’s 123D Catch software. Images are interpolated over several steps, then placed in a fake 3d space (the software uses the background to determine angle and breaks without it). Fingers crossed!