St. Cloud State University Visualization Lab has recently shared several tutorial videos about scanning and post-processing sequence with Artec Spider.
All the tutorials are available in this playlist or via the links below:
- Artec Spider Introduction: watch.
- Scanning the Deer Skull with the Artec Spider: watch.
- Scanning with the Artec Spider: watch.
- Processing with Artec Studio 10: watch.
- Fusion in Artec Studio 10: watch.
- Filing gaps and Scanning Antlers: watch.
- Simplifying and Texturing the finished mesh: watch.
We advise to keep in mind the following issues:
- It is recommended to save all scans into one project.
- Always make sure there are enough features to track (geometrical, texture or both) in scanner field of view.
- Rough & Fine registrations are performed automatically (first one - during the scanning session, second one - right after it). As the result, there is no need to run both algorithms manually.
- As there are enough geometrical features on aligned raw scans, in this particular case global registration can be run with 'geometry only' option which will greatly speed up the process.
- It is recommended to check Quality parameter for raw scan(s) only after global registration.
Please check the full process of interactive skull museum creation at Artec web-site.
In case you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org, we'll be glad to help.