Photogrammetry & The Dijon Mourners: An Experiment


#1

The image requires an enormous amount of explanation. And yes 3 of the 5 sculptures were made on my Glowforge.

To make it easier I have written a blog post with context and detailed construction information here:

http://jaredjared.com/2018/04/photogrammetry-the-dijon-mourners-an-experiment/

Enjoy


#2

Super interesting read. The idea of the negative space model - wow! Nice!


#3

Ohmygosh, these are amazing however you did them! Off to read the blog post…


#4

Color me impressed!


#5

Fascinating technique! :grinning:


#6

Really cool!


#7

Rather than gluing the negative space model,
Why not just print a clear acrylic box with the Glowforge to the exact dimensions of the slices and stack them inside it?


#8

This is quite fascinating…I too am going to read the blog post.

*edit

Well shoot…after reading how you did this and the background with all the museum stuff, I am totally impressed and admire these even more! Outstanding work!


#9

I did but it’s still dangerous :slight_smile:


#10

Very cool & unique.


#11

Wow. What talent! Great creativity. Very inspiring. It’s so amazing to have such experience and knowledge on this forum. Keep them coming.


#12

Just finished the write up! Stunning works and projects. Thanks!


#13

I was going to give this a like before I read your article, but now to want to like it twice. :wink:


#14

What a cool project!


#15

I will be reading this blog post soon but… oh wow that takes my experiments of truly 3D prints to a whole new level! Very cool.


#16

Awesome


#17

A total Wow!

With regards t being damaged by the fumes I ended up buying this that did not hook up easily to the Glowforge but does a good job cleaning dust and fumes out of a room. At 500 cfm and especially vented elsewhere, it would seem a good solution to the fume problem.


#18

I’m allergic to most glues. But does that help with plastic fumes??


#19

Yes


#20

Intrigued by how the differences in the regular model and the negative space model. What a neat concept!