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    Reconstruct 3D object

    Hi,
    I would like to say sorry if this post should not be in this "group".
    I am wondering if anyone could help me. I am making project and have no idea how to start it.
    I have 36 photos of shadow of object(each one made with the rotation of object of 10 degrees) and I need to reconstruct it.
    Can anyone say any tips how i should start with it?
    I upload one of the images so you could see how it look like
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    The process of constructing a 3D model from a sequence of 2D projections is known as tomographic reconstruction. It's a fairly hard problem, and has very little connection to 3D rendering, so OpenGL isn't likely to be of much use here.

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    thank you for you response. I will check that

    Quote Originally Posted by GClements View Post
    The process of constructing a 3D model from a sequence of 2D projections is known as tomographic reconstruction. It's a fairly hard problem, and has very little connection to 3D rendering, so OpenGL isn't likely to be of much use here.

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