3D Clothing Demo with BabylonJS
How do you create an interactive 3D version of yourself? The guys and gals at Punk Office do it by using a camera rig with 82 Nikon D5200 cameras that are synched at 1/300th of a second! They then scan the entire body and reduce the person to under 7,000 polygons. Special care is taken to add more polygons to the face and other areas that require finer detail.
They used BabylonJS 2.4 to create a Clothing Demo of one of their team members with a jacket that can be removed and put back on again. And the 3D object can be spun around for you to see every angle. It can even be zoomed in (or out) if you want to scrutinize more (or less) details.
Visit Punk Office’s Clothing Demo here.