Artec, Old Navy and a plastic mannequin
Who would like to see themselves displayed in a shopping window? If you ask Tiffany, Kelsey and Maggie, they’d say that’s what they dream of. Old Navy, a
An Artec MHT scanner was used to capture the finalists in 3D. The scan data was then forwarded to Legacy Effects, a famous visual and digital effects agency, who previously carried out work for movies like Avatar, Iron Man and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland to design and create a plastic double.
Through this unique Supermodelquin Super Search campaign, Old Navy wants to
«It was very fun to get my 3D scan. It is so exciting to see what I am going to look like as a mannequin», said Tiffany, from Oklahoma. The Artec MHT scanner took only a few minutes to accurately capture her. Artec Studio™ was used to post process the results, get rid of noise and apply texture to the model. Watch how the winner, Tiffany, becomes a plastic Supermodelquin for Old Navy:
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When a scanner is used on a moving body, it receives conflicting spatial coordinates, so instead of a homogeneous shape, a three-dimensional “motion blur” is the result. In this case, digitally capturing the horses as perfectly as possible was a must.
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