From CAD to Realisation and back

Here’s a little teaser of some things we’ve been working on lately.

We’ve been experimenting with 3D scanning and photogammetry.  This technology re-instates the materials based practical skills of craftspeeple back into the CAD, VR and CGI pipeline.

Big things are happening with us and this tech and I’ll be putting more stuff up in the coming months but for now, here’s a little example of a basic room scan of some scenery…

Step inside the set for our recent opera ‘The Consul’.  This section of the set is the kitchen, the furniture which was created by students in Props, the walls and tiles were made grotty by the Scenic painters.  A great example the broken down look.

Click on the model and go for a look around inside the set!

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