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Made by Alan Bonds
Aluminun rims, tubular forks, drum brakes, derailers, gearing.

This is a screenshot of Picasa, a free software from Google that I used to edit photos for the 3D model of a historic mountain bike.

Here is a screenshot of a project in Object2VR, the software we used to render the 3D model of a mountain bike.

Here Riley and Jordan are using teamwork to take pictures of a historic mountain bike. Notice the chalk camera track that the tripod is positioned on.

Riley and Jordan adjust the camera before taking pictures for a 3D model of a mountain bike. The lighting has been turned in to where the bike will be. The lights are mostly halogen lights that are on a track.

Riley and Jordan drawing the camera track on one side of the bike from the center of the wheelbase. This technique (with the bike still there) was used because we didn't need to draw the circle all the way around in this instance.

Riley and Jordan drawing the camera track with chalk and string from the center of the measured wheelbase.

Riley and Jordan testing the distance of the camera track for the front wheel of a mountain bike by looking through the camera.

Riley and Jordan drawing the camera track from the rear hub of a mountain bike.

Riley and Jordan measuring the distance from the back wheel to the camera while setting up to take pictures for a 3D model.
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