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  3. Renderpeople Releases 3D Models "Rosy" and "Dennis" for Free Use

Renderpeople Releases 3D Models "Rosy" and "Dennis" for Free Use

  • 14:00 - 23 August, 2015
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Renderpeople Releases 3D Models "Rosy" and "Dennis" for Free Use
Renderpeople Releases 3D Models "Rosy" and "Dennis" for Free Use, Renderpeople in a Modelled Environment. Image via Renderpeople
Renderpeople in a Modelled Environment. Image via Renderpeople

Renderpeople, a company that produces 3D-models of people ready to be rendered in any program, has released two of their models for free, to demonstrate the effectiveness of their product. “Rosy” and “Dennis” are now available through their website, and can be used in any 3D-modeling and rendering software. Unlike other, free sites like SKALGUBBAR and Escalalatina which offer PNG images of people for use with Photoshop, Renderpeople offers detailed, life-like 3D models which can be placed directly into the modeled environments in question.

Dennis and Rosy. Image via Renderpeople
Dennis and Rosy. Image via Renderpeople

The company uses a photogrammetric scanning technique with over 100 DSLR cameras to generate its models. The resulting photos are then processed to create the 3D blueprint of the person, capturing the model as closely and realistically as possible. Finally, a team of 3D artists clean and sharpen the scans by hand, reducing the file size and enhancing subtle details.

See more and try out Rosy and Dennis for yourself, here.

New via Renderpeople.

Cite: Eric Oh. "Renderpeople Releases 3D Models "Rosy" and "Dennis" for Free Use" 23 Aug 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/772089/renderpeople-releases-rosy-and-dennis-for-free-use/> ISSN 0719-8884
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