Over 60 shoes from Adidas' Olympics Range were digitised and rebuilt in photo real 3D and will be displayed in real time on the 'adiVerse Virtual Wall' touchscreen during the 2012 Olympics.
A Laser Scanner was used to scan in shoes provided by Adidas at a resolution high enough to provide stitching detail and other data that is converted into a normal map. Once the scan is finished, the shoes are retopologised to create high detail models that can be run with off the shelf hardware. Once the shoes are textured they are exported to Wicked Witch Software's real time engine and displayed on the adiVerse Virtual Wall.
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