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New Video I Worked On: 3D Scanning Best Practices

My colleagues at Occipital and I put together this tutorial video for customers of our Canvas home scanning application. I wrote the script and did the voiceover. My co-worker Karla Estrada shot, edited, and starred.

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Work: Inside-out 6-DoF Positional tracking for Mobile VR

Last week Occipital announced the VR Dev Kit, and a public preview of our kickass positional tracking inside of Bridge Engine. As part of the launch, I did a lot of stuff! Here’s the video that I wrote, shot, edited, and narrated:

I also designed the system with our in-house 3D team, prototyped it all on our 3D printer (an Ultimaker 2), and am currently helping to kit and ship the orders with Lauren. Being this close to every part of a product is really exciting and scary, but so worth it when it works.

Update: We got featured on TechCrunch!

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Use Cases for Structure Sensor

Really happy with how the new Use Cases pages for Structure Sensor and our related software technology came together. Right now you can check out 3D Scanning with Structure Sensor, Medical Imaging, and Embedded Installations. You’ll find videos, sample output, the whole deal.

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New Video: Mixed Reality in Bridge Engine With No 3D Sensor Required

Occipital recently acquired Replica Labs. Also, now we can relocalize inside of Bridge Engine without a 3D sensor! Weird how those things go together. Anyway, I wrote, shot and edited this video to commemorate the event.

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A Video I Edited About Occipital’s Bridge Engine

Thanks a ton to our private beta partners. They made all this stuff in a week! For more info, see the Structure Sensor developer page.

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It’s Dangerous To Go Alone…

Just a little Structure Sensor ephemera I whipped up the other day…

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The full image is 1920×1080, good for backgrounds.

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Structure.io homepage refresh

So, we just launched an update to the Structure Sensor homepage, and it features some neat HTML5 / CSS3 tech. I’m pretty happy with it. It required me to learn a few things, which I’ll hopefully have time to write about here soon.

It also marks the first time I’ve ever encoded video in WebM! It was easy thanks to Miro Video Converter and FFMPEG.