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    there is some other alternatif like projecting a grid like and reconstruct object on 3D i read some white papers on the subject i will try to find them, there si a possibility to isolate each element in the picture by it's depth, and eventually replace green screen, ...

    i posted some good idea but i was very busy to defend them here, congratulation to the winner, and i hope that the Red guys read all the posts.


     

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    OK Guys... chiming in... (after some Jarred... "hey Ted the gang want's to hear from you" emails today, and a late night ping just now... and a visit to the RED lab yesterday where he saw just a peek through the curtains that we were actually doing some hard core work to build this sucker...)

    So my lame excuse for almost never posting here (I think this is my second time posting)... Gotta keep the team slaying the dragons to get a 4K+ dream machine for you all here and the rest of those all over the planet waiting patiently for us to get to the finish line... and make sure you are all happy when it's done. Maybe Jarred will be willing to do a regular check in with me to add to his 85,000 or so posts here (gulp:-) and I'll fill him in on what's cookin... (Sorry Jarred, gotta be careful what you wish for :-)

    Regarding the Contest, some great ideas out there (and not just the winning one - there were lots of strokes of brilliance floating around in the posts (and quite a few really bad ones.. which oddly enough were just as intriguing - and trust me I should know as the guy on the RED team with the hands down record on really bad ideas and an occasional really good one that actually makes sense for the project (maybe Jim will tell you all the stories some day, there are some good ones :-)

    Actually we are in a period of development where there aren't that many good stories to tell (so you may be off the hook after all Jarred). We are really in head down mode on the internal electronics and the sensor development and test... resources are focused now on our targets for early Sept. and you all know what that's all about. Jim and the industrial design team are refining, retooling and reworking on that front to make sure the camera is truly the perfect beast, he won't stop the process until he gets there. You've seen some of the change evolution in the past couple weeks, and lots more is coming... and trust me, you are going to like it even more than you do now... a lot more. I know Jim has mentioned some of the modular changes and thinking that we are deep into now, so some big stuff is coming... just wait.

    Alright enough of this blabber - back to work... (sleep comes sometime next year :-)

    + Ted


     

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    Bon courage Ted

    here is a link about creating a matte without a green screen.

    http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/morga...ing/index.html


     

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    Furnace for Shake has some tools that will create z-mattes based on motiontracking. Of course no solution to shots that don't contain a lot of motion, but it's available right now (for 6k).

    http://www.fxguide.com/article292.html

    Bar3nd
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    Quote Originally Posted by FatBird19
    Probably not feasable for the RedONe and for this contest, but a great idea nonetheless.

    hahahahahahahahahahahaha
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    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.p...754#post275754

    See what Ullanta said to Ruff Futtidge's Depth Mapping questions


     

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    These guys have some pretty impressive demos.

    http://www.advancedscientificconcepts.com


     

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    Here’s a link to a video presentation.
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...ideo+camera%22


     

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    Quote Originally Posted by darmbr
    Here’s a link to a video presentation.
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...ideo+camera%22
    WOW, That was AWSOME!
    A bit long at 60mins, but some way cool demo stuff, especially in the 2nd half.

    Some of those 3D rotations while looking thrrugh stuff was way cool. And seeing the BACK of the sign was incredible, reminded me of that security camera scene in Enemy of the state.

    And then the live demo of the audience. Damn.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jarred Land
    Dare we dream of a green screen free enviroment.
    Yes.


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