- Tap the screen to set your subject's focus and exposure during image capture
- Shoot a photograph using either the on-screen camera capture button or the "volume up" button
- Review, retake, and delete photographs before submitting your project to the Autodesk cloud for processing
- Log in to the 123D Catch web app at apps.123Dapp.com/catch and find your iOS captures already there, ready for further editing and fabrication
Autodesk employee Cody Walker recently made a trip to The Art Institute of Chicago. He captured a good deal of it using Catch! These are really amazing - I think "The End of the Trail" might be my favorite.
So join me as we take a virtual tour of The Art Institute of Chicago! Click the links under the photos to be taken to the 123D Gallery so you can view the model in the 3D viewer. They look even better that way! He's also included more information about the pieces on the Gallery.
The title is a teeny bit of a fib this time since we didn't have this post last week. But it is back! Catches are becoming the most common thing in the gallery as of late and they're getting better and better.
church door by Cody Walker
Frogner Oslo Park Norway by Wayne Trout
Lion by Jeffrey Lv
Falla Lo Rat Penat 2012 by Jaime Almonacid
Weston Super Mare - Sand Sculpture by Andrew Moore
You can check out the full tutorial over on Instructables! More tutorials coming soon.
One day later than normal, and I'd like to show you guys some of the catches we've gotten for our Steal Public Art challenge! We've extended the challenge until the 5th of August so you've still got lots of time to get some excellent catches and maybe win a 3D camera or a 3D print!
Large Head Sculpture by Michelle Kosterich
Tim Burton Head by Nicole Smith
Love_Indiana by Aleksei Sebastiani
Metal Octopus Sculpture by Michelle Kosterich
3D graffiti by Jessy Ellenberger
Head out and use 123D Catch to steal some interesting pieces of public art!
1 grand prize winner will win a Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D Digital Camera and a print of their winning model! 20 runner up winners will win prints of their winning models!
To enter, follow these steps:
- go out and get an excellent Catch of your favorite piece of public art
- upload your creation to the 123D gallery anytime from July 9th to August 5th, 2012
- tag your model with "public art" and tell us a little about it! We love stories.
For more information (including complete rules because those are very important!), explanation and inspiration, be sure to check out our official contest page!Please note: this contest is only open to residents of the 50 United States (including the District of Columbia but excluding Puerto Rico), Canada (excluding the province of Quebec, Canada), United Kingdom, Australia, Belgium, China, Colombia, Denmark, Germany, India, Norway, Switzerland and the Netherlands... though we would still love to see what everyone else can catch!
Last week we had a truly amazing catch of a T-Rex's head show up in the gallery. I was blown away by the catch, but as it turns out there's more!
Anthony Heath, the creator of the catch, also created a hologram! He works for Zebra Imaging, a company that produces fantastic 3D holographic prints. Below is a video of his T-Rex head in action, hologram style!
This is definitely one of my favorite uses of Catch so far, right up there with "Go home view" - a short film.
We printed lots of awesome models over the last couple of months for our Print of the Day contest! I'm sending out the last batch of emails to winners today and then it'll be all wrapped up. I can't wait until everyone gets their prints.
But for now, here are a few photos from the first batch of prints we did. Click through to view the model in the gallery and compare the two. The Objet printers we have do fantastic work!
skull n bones by Scott Ramsay
Sumbohjaner by Chris Kunzmann
Dragon head by Valentina Caicedo
HULK!! by Fernando Vasquez
Mememe by Chris Rosinski
Congrats to all of the winners! And check your emails, everyone - you might just see one from me!
Item Name by Sascha Henrichs
Sue's Head by Mike Moceri
Tabernacle of San Secondo by Jeremy Kemp
Tyrannosaurus Rex by Anthony Heath
Silver Buddha by Nick Morrey