CeX3D Inverse - 3D Models from Photographs Automatically
CEX3D INVERSE 0.7.1.0 ALPHA RELEASED FOR LINUX
CeX3D Inverse 0.7.1.0 alpha Released for Linux
Hardcore Processing's new product CeX3D Inverse,
a computer program for automatically turning ordinary photographs
into digital 3D models, has now been released in version
0.7.1.0 alpha for Linux. This version now includes a
full version with graphical user interface, in addition to the
command line version. CeX3D Inverse is available for
Linux in 64-bit and 32-bit.
Windows versions are coming soon.
Improvements Since Version 0.7.0.0
Version 0.7.1.0 alpha has the following new improvements:
- Several improvements have been made that should make
reconstruction from three or more images more robust and even
of higher quality than before. This, however, currently makes
the automatic camera calibration a bit slower
- One part have been replaced with newer technology
and should generally result in higher quality camera calibrations and
reconstructions, though this new part is a bit slower than what was
- A few optimizations were made to make some parts of the
program a bit faster, though this is likely not very noticable,
especially given that the above improvements make some parts slower
- A few minor errors were corrected
- A graphical user interface is now available
Price and Availability
CeX3D Inverse comes in two versions.
CeX3D Inverse NCU is available for free for non-commercial use.
CeX3D Inverse Pro may be used commercially and is
currently available at a very low introductory price:
- 335 EUR per license - including free upgrades for one year (counting from 1st of June)
This price offer lasts until 31st of May 2013.
After this date, the price becomes 675 EUR per license.