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The concept doesn't always have to be mind-boggling... sometimes it's the interpretation which matters. Apple was far from the first to think about devices using an intuitive touchscreen, but they were the first to implement it well. The same thing applies here. They weren't the first to think about doing this, but their implementation is very good.
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this would seem to be great for taking photos of objects and converting to a 3d software format , and used by a 3d printer, biggrin.gif ,

are there any cad guys out there that have any thoughts on this, thinking.gif

it all always starts with an idea , then move on to application, i personally think it's great ,,, can wait to may try it out
Edited by piledragon - 9/13/13 at 9:14am
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Seems like a cool idea but what about what is behind the object you are moving? in the video the background was there even when they moved the object...and there did the object itself go? it looked like the 3d software just traced the object to emulate it not completely take it out of the picture. Am I missing something, I know this was just a concept video but I see a lot of holes in what they showed. Also almost everything they copied was a square or a series of cylinders. I would like to see something more complex before my mind is boggled.
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Seems like a cool idea but what about what is behind the object you are moving? in the video the background was there even when they moved the object...and there did the object itself go? it looked like the 3d software just traced the object to emulate it not completely take it out of the picture. Am I missing something, I know this was just a concept video but I see a lot of holes in what they showed. Also almost everything they copied was a square or a series of cylinders. I would like to see something more complex before my mind is boggled.
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probably a content aware fill, or something like that
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This^^^^^

I would love a chance to try it out
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Not possible to reconstruct this, unfortunately.

I seem to recall some software that could adjust the light and shadow in the scene if you moved objects around. It was designed for photo adjustments though, not deriving 3D models.
    
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