Wysiwyg 3D contributes to Optus TVC it's possible

Optus ‘Its’ Possible’ TVC

Lidar and Cyber Scanning for TVC Wysiwyg 3D was approached by a major VFX studio to lidar scan the country town of Canowindra and the city streets of Shanghai China for the Optus TVC Commercial ‘It’s Possible.’ by advertising company Saatchi. Both the female and male leads were also cyberscanned for the TVC and other promotional material.…

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Museum of Contemporary Art

Sangeeta Sandrasegar, 2014 and Daughter Mikayla Cyber Scanning our daughter Mikayla was the start of bringing this sculpture to life for Artist sculptor Sangeeta Sandrasegar. A quick 3D scan of Mikayla using the Artec Eva, the point cloud was then processed using Geomagic and scaled up ready for machining and finishing by John Cox Creature Workshop.…

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Son Of The Mask

Wysiwyg 3D was called upon to help cyber scan the Son of The Mask car for manufacturing and laser scan a mask for the dog animation. This project came with many challenges and limiting factors. Starting from approved sketches an artist’s clay maquette was developed and 3d laser scanned. A Holden Monaro or Pontiac GTO was also 3D scanned as…

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Ghostrider

Using our various 3d laser scanners Wysiwyg 3D was able to acquire data for the movie Ghostrider. Scanning a number of different sized objects as large as Australia’s Melbourne Telstra Dome to Johhny Blaze’s helmet and Johnny Blaze’s motorbike. The scan data was used for a number of purposes including matching animated footage with the filmed footage,…

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Plastic

AFTRS use 3D Scanning on Short Film Plastic Cyber scanning has been used on movies for over 10 years and final year AFTRS students Sandy and Courtney were leading the way using ‘digital doubles’ (as they are sometimes known) their thesis – a short film known as Plastic. Sandy & Courtney explain the processes they used…

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