OBJECT 1: A really tiny alarm clock
OBJECT 2: A poorly casted nimbus
TIPS (What I gained from my mistakes…)
1. Try to keep the background as consistent as possible as you loop around again when taking photos of a different angle.
2. Don’t move the object. Move around the object. If the lighting and shadows change, the software will not be able to generate a model.
3. If the object must sit on a platform, place it on one that is relatively similar in size so photos can capture the object at lower angles. This will help prevent gaps or holes in the model due to missing “visual data” of the form.

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