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San Antonio Meetup, June 2



Blender users are meeting in San Antonio, Texas on Saturday, June 2.

Greg writes:

What: San Antonio Blenders User Group Meetup

When: Saturday June 2 3 o'clock

Where: 1020 Roosevelt Ave. San Antonio, Texas 78210

SA Blender Meetup at 10BitWorks hackerspace.

Chris Haley will give a talk on his work on Project Mango.

We will discuss the Header Challenge and also use of 123D Catch.

If you want to get more info on SA Blender visit the facebook page SAblender.

Do you want to start your own Blender meetup?

Check out our 'Usermeetings near YOU' page to see how you can register a town, get in touch with local Blender users and get your own Blender meetup going.


  1. 123D catch sounds intersting, tried that software out a few times and the results were pretty good! I think the easiest way to get material for it, is (instead of taking many photos) recording a video and extracting like every 10 Frames (or just all the frames :D) to jpegs and then submit them.
    I haven't tried that out, but I guess that should work faster

    btw. first :D :D :D

  2. @dbb35d47c1e225c1d513984c2f3b1d69:disqus  Yeah we will need to try the take out every 10th image trick to see if that works.  We also used a faster shutter speed on the camera and a well lit room to cut down on the blur.  I stood really still and my friend walked around me taking 60 pictures. 40 in the middle and 20 higher up. We also used the camera side ways to get more of me in the frame.  The model came out side ways but that was easily fixed.  We should of taken images I bit higher up. My head had a big hole in it  :)

    @twitter-36207065:disqus Hope to see you there! Bring a laptop and sign up on or facebook page for more blender SA contacts

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