Levity Creations was happy to be part of Pacific Concrete Solutions showreel of exceptional concrete work and forming. The following 3D models were created using the process of photogrammetry via images shot from a drop and group photography. The process then goes to computer process and finally online hosting for an explorative 3 dimensional experience.
Went out to Olowalu in Maui Hawaii to 3D scan (3D Photography) of petroglyphs, potentially made by native Hawaiians. This is a fantastic show of what is believed to be petroglyphs from over 300 years ago in Maui Hawaii!
The above scanned model is of the rock face with the petroglyphs.
See if you can identify the origional vs. forgeries and vandalism.
The above scanned model is of the rock cliff and bluff that the rock petroglyphs are on
Hawaiian Petroglyphs on Maui Hawaii! This model shows the petroglyphs and the surrounding area, including cliffs and a bluff above.
In the operations of 3D photography and capturing underwater coral and environments we have not been using a "red" filter. This model is the first using a red filter for the camera setup and the result is fantastic in its coloring. See, water does a really good job at filtering the red in the light spectrum. Therefor when you dive underwater the first colors to leave include the reds... adding a red filter to the camera setup brings those reds back into the scene
Crown-of-Thorns Seastar on a research vessel. Made a 3D model of this wild looking Seastar! The journey to the vessel was also wild 😆😄
Far into the Bamboo Falls hike near Heiku Maui Hawaii is a waterfall! Below is a 3d scan (3D photography) of the waterfall! Its a beautiful place to visit and require visitors to either swim or climb down an large banyon tree to enter its territory:)
This past week we have taken a few dives to capture underwater coral. We used underwater housing for the camera and took many photos to capture a scene. The photos are then edited for color, contrast and file type. These files are then run through another program to extract the 3D data and texture from those photos. We then run these results through another program for video and finally for 3D interaction via desktop, laptop and phone. These 3D models can be viewed in Augmented Reality style, whereby a user can place the model in their room environment and walk around the scene. Or they can view via mobile virtual reality and finally viewing the model in a general rotate-able 3D scene on a scene.
This is a simplified version of the 3D model from the video above. The simplification is for a quality viewing expereince for the web and mobile devices. Wait for blue bar on top to load up the textures (Otherwise it looks weird:)
A simplified version of the 3D model from the video above. The simplification is for a quality viewing expereince for the web and mobile devices
Aimee Brewer is an amazing Porcelain Ceramics Artist. She has been a client of Levity Creations for years. She is currently displaying her work in Seattle Washington. We teamed up with Aimee to create a quick and rough Augmented Reality Experience. Aimee shot some video which we then extracted data from to bring these interactive 3D models of her work to display!
View more of Aimee’s work at www.aimeeceramics.com
This vlog is about David Herring adventuring with equipment to further develop customer experiences.
We are pleased to announce the launch of a fully immersive and interactive 3D Molokini Island for the Pacific Whale Foundation. In the fall of 2017 the Pacific Whale Foundation was excited to see our work in drone photogrammetry 3D modeling. Pacific Whale asked if we could provide them with a solution for training boat captains and staff using the technology. The model we created includes highlighted areas of interest and marking moorings in the bay.
Pacific Whale is a pleasure to work with. The staff notably Blake Moore and Captain Aaron have been excellent partners in within Pac Whale to help this project become a success.