3D object photography can have many purposes from selling products to interactive learning. It can be a complicated process, but we recently found a way to do it at home or in the office.
The thinking behind this for FMS is for the ability to show things such as models of parts of the body for example, which students away from the lab won’t have access to. They can interact with the object, and look 360 degrees around it. You can use a host such as Sirv (Links to an external site.) to create an interactive object.
Below is an example of what can be created. It can be viewed in full screen from the Sirv website: https://tracyncl3d.sirv.com/Head/Head.spin (Links to an external site.)
Would you like to try it yourself? You can find a guide on this in the FMS TEL Community