I want to use photogrammetry to fully 3D scan a couple of small-ish objects, including cubic stone objects with indentations and inscriptions on the sides, and 3D print them later.
Previously I was using a black turntable with a pattern (like this) and a couple of small wooden cubes that I super-glued into Tetris-shaped objects to help Meshroom (because the sides of the stone object look similar). This produced a decent model but I can’t seem to get it to do the bottom too.
I tried flipping the object over, then taking a ton more photos but Meshroom didn’t use most of them. I also tried creating two meshes (1. regular, 2. flipped over) but stitching them together in MeshLab is a ton of work and you end up with a seam in both the actual model and the texture. I was thinking about buying a portable glass table (or maybe a glass riser?), so I can simply take photos from the bottom but people in this forum said that reflections might be a problem then. The objects can be pretty heavy, so I can’t safely hang them from the ceiling with transparent thread either.
What do you use to create a scan from all sides with Meshroom?