The corresponding video tutorial shows how to 3D scan a couch with Artec Studio Ultimate using Intel RealSense sensor built in Wacom Mobile Studio Pro. This clip features basic scenario: Real-time fusion, Base removal and Texturing.
In more advanced cases, you may want either to process scans manually, or scan without Real-time fusion. Consult the diagram below to become familiar with the big picture (red boxes indicate steps featured in the video tutorial).
- Tap Autopilot in the left sidebar, then tap OK
- Autopilot prompts you to select scans. Tap Next.
- In the Model creation dialog, specify the following parameters (use the (?) buttons to open the detailed tips):
- Decide on the Object size by referring to the image samples.
- Leave out the default values for the remaining options in this window for most of the cases.
- Select the Texture resolution checkbox if you need a textured model.
- Then still holding Ctrl, touch with Pen’s nib the model’s region that you want to erase
- Tap Erase
- Tap Next. If the object was captured over several scans, Autopilot will align them and show you the result. You can approve it or align the scans manually.
- Tap Next and wait for a model to appear in the right panel.
- Mark it with the eye flag and clear the flag from the other scans.
- You’re done.
- Linear for distance calculation (points are connected by lines)
- Geodesic for distance calculation (points are connected by curves that pass over the model surface)
- Sections for area and volume calculation. For more info, see .
- Open File → Export mesh.
- Select the required format (OBJ is the most common one), specify the folder and file name, then tap OK.
Configure Wacom tablet (optional)