3D Scanner

I've been working on a full-body homebuilt 3d scanner.

Here you can play with a virtual version of me:

This is a low-poly 3D model. These files are usually too big for web, so I reduced it to around 4k vertices. The original was 100 times bigger.

My homebuilt 3d scanner is comprised by 3 Kinect sensors and two lighting poles. I used a led strip for the poles. They are used to set an even lighting around the 3d object.


Cassapa is a system to help aiming at pool games. It uses augmented reality to help the player to adjust the cue direction. Check this video:

How it works

Everything starts with a webcam, fixed at the ceiling above the pool table.


Thanks for visiting! This is the virtual space for my software/hardware projects.

Me at the Computer History Museum, in Mountain View/CA (That's a Cray-2)

If you wan't, you can contact me on any of the following links:

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