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Create a 3D object from 2 images

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Greetings to all who want to know if it is possible to create a 3D object from a front and back image of a polo say by this code and to take WebGL .
 
 
as there are people who speak Spanish left written down here above.
 
como se que hay personas que hablan español dejo aca abajo escrito lo anterior.
 
 
Saludos con todos lo que desea saber si es posible crear un objeto 3d a partir de una imagen front y back por decir de un polo mediante código y esto poder llevarlo a webgl.

 

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What you're talking about is called photometry.

It's possible but you need many more than two images to do it well, usually at least 50.

There are tutorials for doing this for free on YouTube and autodesk has a free beta of something called memento which you can use to good effect that given some time outputs an fbx or obj from many many photos:

https://memento.autodesk.com/about

Have fun!

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Hello if eh seen that before but my issue is partly mean that, I have a picture in which there is a circle assuming programmatically longer recognize the shape of the circle in the picture as I do to generate a 3D shape that was rescued image not if I leave understanding
 

Hola si eh visto eso antes pero mi tema en parte se refiero a eso, tengo una foto en la cual hay un circulo suponiendo que mediante programación ya reconozco la forma del circulo en la imagen como hago para generar un 3d de la forma que se rescato de la imagen no se si me dejo entender

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