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Kinect Portraits by Mike Pelletier

Published Oct 2, 2013

Interactive artist Mike Pelletier has been experimenting with alternative ways of using the Kinect since Microsoft released the hardware a few years ago.

“One of the more exciting possibilities was trying to use the Kinect as a 3d scanner.

By moving the Kinect camera around the subject the software constantly updates to create a detailed 3d model. Within a couple minutes you can get a fairly detailed model from a sitting subject, as long as they sit still.”

via Notcot Mike Pelletier’s website

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