This project was the result of many iterations of testing Agisoft Photoscan, a 3D Scanning program that uses photographs to generate a 3D model, and a rudimentary product photography setup to capture crisp, high-quality photos of the subject. The 3D model of the mask generated in Photoscan weighed in at around one million polygons, which was retopologised using specialised software and Maya down to less than 20,000. A quick picture frame was build in Maya and the entire composition is available for interactive viewing.

Sculpture in a park in Amsterdam, next to the Verzetsmuseum (Resistance museum)

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