The Heart of Gold & UB 116

Deep3D were back in the wreck diving spiritual homeland of Scapa Flow last week, sleeping, eating and diving from the MV Valkyrie for 6 days of cold water fun. The majority of the wrecks of Scapa Flow date from the First World War and are very big subjects indeed.  Previous experience teaches us that scanning large subjects can be exhausting Read more about The Heart of Gold & UB 116[…]

Scanning Humans and Other Details

The orthophotos generated from the 3D model can be very detailed indeed, but they can reveal flaws if things move during scanning. With humans, this causes a bit of a problem. Here’s an example of the E49 and model Rob:-   This print is A1 in size and Rob appears alongside the submarine, adding great Read more about Scanning Humans and Other Details[…]

Panoramic Wreck Prints

Last month’s visit to Shetland was very productive. A week a way in cold but clear water has yielded some very pleasing models:- https://sketchfab.com/simonbrown/collections/shetland And from these wrecks, it is now possible to create some very large but highly detailed 2D panoramic views of a wreck, big enough to see from bow to stern and Read more about Panoramic Wreck Prints[…]