IBModeler(Image Based Modeler) is a powerful software for quickly creating 3D models using the photographs of an object.
It can be used by 3D artists, game designers, movie animators or anyone in the computer graphics and multimedia business for creating 3D objects on the fly. With IBModeler, the shapes of real world objects can be captured without the need of sophisticated digitizers or 3D scanners. All you need is a digital camera. With the revolutionary rotating stand setup, users can capture all the required photographs of the model in minutes, and feed it to IBModeler which then makes amazing 3D copies using a highly automated process. Depending upon the desired sharpness of models and intended use, users can control the file size of the models by selecting different levels of polygon count. The created models can then be exported to the popular 3DS file format used across a multitude of multimedia design applications.
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