Point cloud rendering of the fallout shelter from 1950s in 8K 3D and 16K 360
Poznań, Poland, 2019
Under a small house on the outskirts of Poznań there is an fallout shelter built in the 1950s prepared for the Mayor of the city. During the communist times, only few people knew about the shelter and its location was a state secret. After the fall of communism, in 1989, the shelter remained unused and, preserving its original equipment, it was transformed into a museum. The PSNC team had the opportunity to go down to the shelter and go back in time to a moment when a nuclear war seemed inevitable. Using a laser scanner, several dozen scans were made and a complex model of the shelter was obtained in the form of a point cloud. Using Blender software, two versions of video clips were prepared – 8K 3D and 360 in 16K.
- FARO Focus 3D X330
- Blender Point Cloud Renderer
- Jacek Walczak – Scanning, Edit
- Maciej Jaśkiewicz – Scanning
- Jan Skorupa – Ambisonic sound, effects
- Wojciech Raszewski – sound
- Błażej Oczkowski – voice-over
- Maciej Głowiak – coordination
Credits, Special Thanks
- Wielkopolskie Muzeum Niepodległości (Greater Poland Museum of Independence)
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Preview of the content. 360 (move around while watching) and 2D.