Passing Into the Light

Traveling around 67P.

In an effort to validate my shapemodel I decided to render a synthetic camera movment around the nucleus. The shapemodel is draped with the latest Navcam images.

13 thoughts on “Passing Into the Light”

  1. Thomas.

    I tried not to stretch the material more than absolutely needed to get the effect to work. My shape-model has almost enough detail to make the transformation unnoticeable. You can see some texture stretching and areas where the shape-model has less detail if you look closely.

    M

  2. Thank you! Cant get enough of this stranger to our neighborhood. Ive NEVER seen a texture like this. These ‘dunes’ had to have been created in situ yet the reside side by side with completely untouch rocks as sharp and craggy as you like.

  3. Thank you! Cant get enough of this stranger to our neighborhood. Ive NEVER seen a texture like this. These ‘dunes’ had to have been created in situ yet they reside side by side with completely untouch rocks as sharp and craggy as you like.

  4. Sorry for the dupe. The form field remained and I thought maybe the post hadnt ‘stuck’ yet. One more thing… I am having a hugely painful time finding all the new HD releases of photos at ESA. They have a page of thumbs but in amongst what may or may not be new photos of the comet are links to cartoon images and a sappy “Feelings” poster and other such impertinant stuff. I am very disappointed in ESA for treating us like children. (Especialy that weirdo with the psycho ‘woman hater’ shirt) These GLORIOUS, HARD WON Images, should all be on one page in selectable orders and with direct links to the HD release. Grrrrrrrrrrrrr! Maybe you know where is best? Thanks.

  5. Please moderate your tone.

    The “psycho” is Dr Matt Taylor Project Scientist of the Rosetta mission. The little contact I have had with him and people working with him all points to him being a very nice person. The shirt was given to him by a friend of his. She designed it and he honored their friendship by wearing it.

    If you can’t find the images on their webpage then you are not trying hard enough.

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