Todd Blatt used his Google Glass today to capture photos hands-free at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. Then the photos were sent to Autodesk’s 123D Catch, and assembled into a mesh, and cleaned up in Meshmixer.
“Since the museum is free, I wandered in, and looked for a good piece to scan. I’ve scanned over a dozen in the museum so far, mostly at the Artbytes Hackathon, but I somehow missed Marcus Aurelius last time. It was literally a stroll-by scan job. I was in and out of the museum in under 10 minutes, and captured a few sculptures.”