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3D Model Shaking

  • Hey Elli,

    Yes the problem is because of your marker does not have that much of contrast to track well. What you can do is first try to add little more contrast to your image using Photoshop or any image editing software.

    If it did not work try to add more graphic element to have more contrast looking image.

    You can learn more about marker here:

    https://lensstudio.snapchat.com/templates/marker/marker/

    Hope this will help to fix your problem.

    Best,

    Amir.

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  • Could it also be that the resolution is low? I will also try and different graphic.  I did read the info on the marker before doing this?  Would it be better to use a black and white image?

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  • Hey Elli,

    What resolution are you using for the marker?

    Its better to have a resolution at least 512x512 for the marker.

    Also it does not matter if the marker is black and white the most important thing is contrast and having sharp edges in the design so ir can be track easily.

     

    Best,

    Amir

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  • The resolution that I printed was 288 x 288

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  • I will fix the marker and try again, I will let you my results.

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  • I changed the marker and the resolution is 1200 x 1200 but the model is still shaking.  I followed your template of how to do the custom marker, but it still not working properly.  I have attached the file for the project to this post, is it possible for you to take a look and tell me what I'm doing wrong.

     

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/16qoF1C75ZjgqLTNHZaEMljR5V8kezV4d/view?usp=sharing 


    Thanks,
    Elli

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  • I think I may have got it working, here is the revised project

     

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/15B1adgyDD4BzrWiiXJqjtoiTEOBUygQ7/view?usp=sharing

     

    As I move closer to it, the shaking stops.  Maybe it's the physical size of the marker that's affecting it.  Any insight you could give me would be really helpful.

    Thanks,
    Elli

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  • Hey Elli,

    Yes Indeed, as you said it is also related to the physical size of the marker. Marker should be big enough to seen by the camera.

     

    Best,

    Amir.

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