Just try www.digimask.com for a real 3D reconstruction on the base of
2 photos (face & profile).
Cybermesh can be downloaded
at http://www.puffindesigns.com/support/downloads.html. Works great by
transparency with thermojet, but can be weird if light reflection is used
(which would be the case with thermoforming).
At 13:33 14/03/2001 -0800, Carl Dekker wrote:
>I have a client looking for someone who can do the creation of a 3d file
>from a photo of a persons face. They would be looking to take the file
>and make a part from it, possibly via Vacuum forming.
>I remember a thread regarding these applications some time ago but could
>not find anything in the archives. Any help would be appreciated.
>2020 Dean St. Unit I
>Saint Charles, IL 60174
>630-584-4500 ext. 227
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