Where is Nuke presentation 6.2 create point cloud of photos?

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  06 June 2011
Where is Nuke presentation 6.2 create point cloud of photos?

Hai everyone,

Last year I visited a couple of NUKE presentations introducing NUKE 6.2. In these viewings, they explained how to create a point cloud of a series of, I believe it was, 5 photo’s of a fountain/statue.

Can anyone tell me where I can find this presentation online somewhere?

Thanks very much.

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Let me add this. What I want to know is, how can I create a stereoscopic image from my 3D stuff in my Nuke script. So.. How do I create a stereoscopic camera?
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Jeroen
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  06 June 2011
check on FXGuide maybe - I think I remember seeing that one there
 
  06 June 2011
Originally Posted by Jeroen: Hai everyone,
Let me add this. What I want to know is, how can I create a stereoscopic image from my 3D stuff in my Nuke script. So.. How do I create a stereoscopic camera?
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Jeroen

Why go to all that trouble? Render left and right in your 3d app-
no difference. In Nuke you would set two 3d cameras for left
and right and render separately-and it's not so easy. You will
find tutorials for stereo conversion in the Foundry channel.
 
  06 June 2011
One would think Nuke has a handy node for this.
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  06 June 2011
Most likely this is from the pointCloudGenerator and PoissonMesh nodes. Though you need to create a camera track of the pictures first in order for the node to work.
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  06 June 2011
i think he is referring to Jon's tech demo of the Modeller in 6.2 that he showed on FX guide.
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