With his photo platform, Tyler Maddox documents large objects from all angles.
Tyler Maddox of Jacksonville developed a photo platform that captures images of large objects from all angles, allowing for real-life 3-D modeling.
Since developing the device, dubbed "the Orbitor" last January, Maddox and his coworkers have photographed over 500 products.
"It's basically a robotic camera that allows you to rotate around, over and under certain products," said the Jacksonville native. "The camera flies around the product, using motion-control technology to shoot all sides of product. Every product gets its own motion path. It's a real-life way to do 3-D modeling without having to create it with a 3-D software program."
With nine axes of motion, it works well for guitars, shoes, television components or "anything where you want to see every side," he said.
Read more at the Mail Tribune.
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