A Day in the Life of Quixel’s Scan Teams
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A Day in the Life of Quixel's Scan Teams
26 June, 2018

This short video shows how the Quixel team of artists goes into the field and gathers amazing 3d scans.

Quixel has just released a short video, which showcases how the team of artists ventures into the wild natural spaces and takes a bunch of photos. The video looks incredible.

Let’s hope that after this video Quixel will show some behind the scenes footage, showing how these guys take a bunch of photos. If you’re interested to learn about the scanning process and photogrammetry, don’t forget to check out this interview with Billy Lundevall. He showed some of the coolest parts of this process.

Also, don’t miss this post, where DICE talks about the way they were using photogrammetry to capture amazing stuff for Battlefront.

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