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Maker Workshop: 3D Modeling

Tuesday, September 24
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Alderman Library, Room 421
University of Virginia

3D Modeling

In this workshop, we’ll help participants get acquainted with tools and techniques for 3D modeling objects and spaces. We’ll primarily focus on photogrammetry as an approach for modeling. Though not required, participants should bring a laptop, a digital camera of some kind (a camera on a smartphone should be fine, but bring a fancy DSLR if you want), cords or other paraphernalia for transferring pictures from a camera to a computer, and any objects they might want to use to create a model. This will be a pretty open workshop in terms of structure. We’ll go through basic camera usage, and strategies for taking pictures for 3D modeling. We’ll cover a couple of different software options for creating and modifying your models.

Instructors: Jeremy Boggs and Wayne Graham

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