My latest street art scan: it's a mobile one!
Working on a composite image of a very long wall using photogrammetry. Looking relatively promising considering I only had a Gopro with me at the time. https://www.flickr.com/photos/digitisation-uom/25559344763/ A hurried shoot in response to our state library setting up a street art archive and the impending clearing of the walls for Meeting of Styles (Melbourne)
Would be interesting to create a model of specific laneways and then update the texture maps over time, although technically challenging
Finished version is here. https://www.flickr.com/photos/digitisation-uom/26101869721/ Will have to do some serious scans of the laneways from what I've seen on Facebook/Instagram #MOSMelbourne before they get painted over/"tagged"
My biggest street art scan yet. Hosier Lane again (after Meeting of Styles).
I shot this at the MAH today:
It was painted by these guys:
It seems that i am a little late but it does not matter, i'm joining the thread too with my first Street Art 3D scan. This model is “The Smile” of Gregos, a French artist known for creating replicas of his face with different humors and gluing them on the walls of cities all around the world.
See you ...
And here is my second Street Art 3D scan which is another and very colorful Gregos piece ...
Have you thought about making a "map" for the Destinations VR game?
We have a couple street art locales on there and I'd love to see more.
Here is a cool cat I stumbled upon
some more street art scans:
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