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28 March 2012 at 9:59am
I just purchased an EOSScan. It is really great and the video tutorial really helpful. I was able to scan an teapot after only 2 attempts.
I am now looking for some information about the following. I would very great full if someone could help or let me know where I can get info about:
1- Object size. As far as I understood, the closer the camera is to the projector, the smaller the object can be / higher resolution. In that case, calibration becomes very difficult. It would be very helpfull to have a simple chart presenting average distance to camera / camera to projector / hint on calibration for those cases.
2- I did not get the automated turn table for different reasons. I am building my own one (something inspired from http://bildr.org/2011/06/easydriver/). Is there any way to get the spec. of the table I/O, on how to hook it to Mephisto SW and change to angle step (30 is by far too large).
Thank you for your help.
26 December 2012 at 9:02am
Well I never use it so I can say that you should take help from Google itself.
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