This is a 3D photoscan of a big old empty warehouse in downtown Rio de Janeiro. I shot 156 photos with tripod, Sony Alpha7, and good 24mm lens, before processing a 1 million polygon mesh with Reality Capture software. A great thing about this photoscan is after capturing the wedged photos, I quickly shot an HDR 360 panoramic image of the center of the room that you can use for IBL lighting in any software package. This 3D model is included with 8k color matched texture, in lossless format png, so you can place your object in the perfect scaled physical space as well as the lighting at that moment. The best way to preview this 3D model is by viewing in your web browser on the sketchfab website, just go to sketchfab dot com and search tojek_VFX to tumble around this in 3D.
You also get a 32-bit floating point 360 degree HDR panoramic equirectangular image of a the warehouse interior This image can be used in any 3D package for Image Based Lighting IBL. The full range of light in this scene is contained in the HDR image and will be strong enough to illuminate your 3D scene and cast shadows. I shot this 9 level exposure wedge, with a range from 0.63 sec to 1/2500 in step size of one and a third full stop. That gives a range of over 10 EVs of light in this one exterior pano. Stop down the image in Nuke and check with the eyedropper to see top sun pixel values in the high 80s.
-Full resolution 7000x3500 .hdr 360 Panorama 32-bit -Full resolution .jpg background image -Low resolution 720x360 diffuse light map (made seamless and blurry with Diffuse Convolution) -Low res .jpg tonemapped preview only image (made with photomatix to accent details) -A set of 7 background images with full EXIF data -3D warehouse interior model, high rez photogrammetry for rendering, with photo based 8k png texture, obj, fbx, mb, and ma 2015 formats.