In this tutorial, we will explain to you how to build compatible PVC tubes to connect the different hubs of your geode.
If you wonder how to connect your rig …
The architecture of our system is totally original.
First of all, all the system runs on Raspberry Pis, even the server (the “master”). You don’t need any application running Windows on a PC. Windows is not a real-time OS, Linux, yes.
To build your system, you will need different types of equipment. We tried a lot of equipment for Argos VR Systems so we are recommending several ones of them. You don’t have to buy the gear especially, it is just gear we tested and know it works.
3D reconstruction of our calibration model Argos to register the rig… At the end of the process, we generate the XMP metedata to be used with scans in production. The directory used here is a copy of the directory generated on the NAS when capturing using ArgosVr Master application. The images were named by the system out of the id of the satellite and uploaded automatically on the NAS.
To build your 3D capture system you need to flash an SD image for your Raspberry Pi satellites.
In this blog post, we are going to show you in videos the different steps to build your Pi cams.
Having a system up-to-date is essential to use the rig in the perfect conditions. In this blog post, we will explain to you how to verify if all your cameras are up-to-date to the latest firmware.
This blog post is about how we improved our system by reducing its size while improving the quality of the images.
First, we began by using our existing rig (in object configuration)