What are some tips for optimizing my 3DFaceScan App Experience? πŸ“±πŸ“Έ

Are you looking to make the most of your 3DFaceScan app experience? Whether you're using it for personal projects or professional endeavors, these tips will help you achieve the best results with this powerful facial scanning application. From voxel size to tracking settings, we've got you covered. πŸ‘‡πŸ‘€

1. Voxel Size: Choose Wisely πŸ§±πŸ”

Voxel size plays a crucial role in determining the quality and performance of your scans. We recommend using a voxel size between 1-3mm for optimal results. Smaller voxels capture more details but be cautious not to go below 1mm, as it can lead to higher CPU load and RAM consumption, potentially affecting the app's performance. Finding the right balance is key to success. βš–οΈπŸ–ΌοΈ

2. Orientation Matters: Keep It Close πŸ“πŸ‘οΈ

To achieve higher depth map quality, it's essential to hold your device as close to the face as possible during scanning. This proximity allows the app to capture more precise data, resulting in better scan quality. Remember, proximity equals accuracy in 3DFaceScan. πŸ“πŸ“Š

3. Tracker Setting: Opt for Depth Only πŸ‘€πŸ“Ή

For the best scanning experience, we recommend using the "depth only" tracker setting. While this setting might work optimally for most scenarios, don't hesitate to explore other tracking options to find what works best for your specific use case. Experimentation can lead to fantastic results. πŸ”„πŸ› οΈ

4. Bounding Box: Set It Right πŸ“¦πŸŽ―

Properly configuring the initial scanning volume, or bounding box, is crucial to a successful scan. To avoid issues like capturing your shoulders in the scanning volume, consider using ARKit tracking or similar technologies. If shoulders are unavoidable or desired, the turntable mode is your go-to solution for accurate results. πŸ“πŸ‘

5. Additional Notes ℹ️

Here are a few additional points to keep in mind when using the 3DFaceScan app:

    • ARKit Usage: ARKit can reduce the frames per second (FPS) during scanning, but it provides valuable benefits like initial cube positioning and access to facial feature positions. However, it's important to note that we do not rely on ARKit for scanning itself; we use our own tracking for that. πŸ“²πŸ§©
    • Switching to Color Mesh: When switching to the color mesh view in the viewer, the app runs processes such as hole filling, decimation, and texturing in the background. These tasks are performed on the app side, giving you the flexibility to adjust or disable them based on your preferences. πŸŒˆπŸ”„

3DFaceScan offers a range of powerful features for facial scanning, and by following these tips, you can maximize your scanning quality and efficiency. Remember that experimentation is key, and finding the right settings for your specific needs may require some trial and error. Happy scanning! πŸ“ΈπŸŒŸ

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