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Used a technique called photogrammetry to reconstruct a 3D model of my TW. Shiny/clean black things don't capture well so the fender, part of the front rack, and the spokes, etc... didn't end up in the final mesh. That just means I have to go get it dirty and try again.

 

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Set up an interactive viewer for the TW (no spinning!). Before you click on this, please realize that the model is about 160Mb in size and may take some time to transfer. Make sure any mobile devices are on WiFi and not mobile data, etc...

::: tw200.org 3dtw :::

And before anyone asks, no the exhaust is not rusting, it's just poorly shadowed. I gave it about 6 coats of high-temp manifold paint before I wrapped it.
 

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Nice job once again. Apart from the big holes in the bottom of the tires that is ;P
Now if we could combine this 3D model with parts and measurements (like the handlebar simulator you made) that would be amazing.
Either way, very cool. Thanks for sharing.
 
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