Thursday, December 3, 2009

MeshLab on YouTube

Just a short post of a video created by Nicolò dell'Unto (a PhD student at IMT)
about the use of MeshLab and Arc3D for building up a 3D model of an archeological excavation and showing it inside a cave.



Side note, the data was collected during a workshop of the 3DCOFORM training series on “3D acquisition and post-processing” that took place at The Cyprus Institute in Nicosia on 2-6 November 2009 and that, among other things focused on the use of MeshLab for Cultural Heritage related activities.

5 comments:

n8craig said...

Hi,

I would like to know more about the procedures that were used. It seems that there is enormous potential for the use of ARC3D with MeshLab. Unfortunately, the two documentation pages are somewhat incomplete. The do not appear to have been updated since 2007. I've been trying to figure out the parameters, but I could use some help. I would be grateful if anyone out there with experience using these procedures could provide some additional documentation. If you leave me a note, I would be more than happy to do my best to write up revisions to the documentation pages.

http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Import_the_output_of_the_Epoch_3D_Webservice_with_Meshlab

http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Merge_the_range_maps_and_build_the_model

Thanks to all who have helped make this wonderful resource. I'd love to see a bit more documentation. It would help to expand the application of these exceptional tools.

Respectfully,
Nathan

n8craig said...

FYI-- Clicking on the video indicates that it has been removed by the user.

ALoopingIcon said...

Corrected the youtube link

Thanks!
p.

Aaron said...

what I really like about this video is that it resembles everything very clear by usin MeshLab and Arc3D so that it becomes very meaningful

raul said...

hi,

How is it possible to transfer
texture from one mesh to another.

Raul