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July 17, 2011

3-D camera mapping of 2-D photos

Wrote the maker, Miklós Falvey, on BlenderNation

Hello, my name is Miklós Falvay, I'm a freelance media design artist from Hungary.

Last year documentary director Attila Kékesi asked me to work with him on his new movie, "Motalko."

I had to make "something interesting" with a lot of old photographs and documents. I found some camera mapping scenes on the internet, and finally we chose this technique.

I never used any 3-D software before but I thought, this is a good time for learning Blender!

"'Motalko' is a documentary about the first Hungarian petrol station, released this year."

 

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I love this! Thank you Joe for posting!

Posted by: Frisky | Jul 17, 2011 10:31:37 PM

out here in backwoods we ain't heard about this stuff yet, but it is damned impressive to see 3d stuff without red blue film glasses. and coming from a flat photograph makes it all the more unbelievable. wow.

Posted by: brick | Jul 17, 2011 6:23:50 PM

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