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Extracting 3d coordinates from JPG images

I am working on a project where i am required to rotate an object in different directions with the help of mouse movement. I have provided a console where you can draw a 2d image and provide z coordinates of various nodes. And it will generate the 3d image of the same object plus you can scroll the mouse and view the image from all angles.

Now i am wondering is there any method through which we can extract the z coordinates from an image like JPG, so that we can draw its 3D projection.

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  • Josh CodeJosh Code Posts: 675Member
    What do you mean by "generate the 3d image of the same object"? Do you mean render a view of the model to 2D image?

    What do you mean by extracting z coordinates from a JPG? JPeg images don't have z coordinates. Are you talking about interpreting a channel of the JPG as an elevation map?

    : I am working on a project where i am required to rotate an object in
    : different directions with the help of mouse movement. I have
    : provided a console where you can draw a 2d image and provide z
    : coordinates of various nodes. And it will generate the 3d image of
    : the same object plus you can scroll the mouse and view the image
    : from all angles.
    :
    : Now i am wondering is there any method through which we can extract
    : the z coordinates from an image like JPG, so that we can draw its 3D
    : projection.
    :
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