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Discover Eisko's Paris studio!

August 19, 2016


Hi Folks,

for those wondering what our Paris capture studio looks like.. Two fully transportable systems, one dedicated to facial capture and another adjustable in size from full body to specific body parts, both performing nicely the simultaneous acquisition of HD geometry and PBR materials!




Just get in touch if you are interested in 3D Scanning and reconstruction, including for mobile and VR. We'd be glad to welcome you here in Paris or to set-up our systems on your premises!

Cheers!
Eisko

Blendshapes on Demand® howto

July 7, 2016

Hi Folks,

Blendshapes on Demand® is coming along nicely since our last post and we made short video to demonstrate it works equally well on unstructured 3D scans, photoreal models and video-games characters!



We also made a short tutorial to show how easy and quick it is to make your head model ready for animation and take your facial productions to the next level:



Give a try to EiskoServices and benefit from our launch special offer.
Cheers,
Eisko.

Introducing EiskoServices - Blendshapes on Demand®

June 6, 2016


Hi Folks,

we are quite proud to introduce EiskoWebServices, our SaaS platform enabling you or your studio to benefit from our technology features to gain time, flexibility and productivity on your projects.

Blendshapes on Demand®, our first online service enables you to get your models ready for animation in the blink of an eye!


No matter if your head is stylised or photorealistic, all you have to do is upload it on the server and you automatically get it back with a complete set of blendshapes, directly transfered onto your mesh and perfectly adapted to the morphology of your character.

This set of blendshapes counts more than 120 facial expressions, covering all facial action units linked to muscular deformations, visemes and emotions.


The beta version is now out with a launch special offer of 99$
try it now !

Eisko.

May 20, 2016

Hi there,

Just wanted to share some snaps of our recent scanning and reconstruction work for the release of the new Nike Flyknit runnings, now featuring on the first page of www.nike.com! Congratulations as well to the team over at Ground Control for their amazing work on the ad you can see here.

Make sure you also check out our facebook and vimeo pages as more exciting content is coming your way really soon !

Cheers,

EISKO





Introducing prestige 3D photography with Harcourt

January 19, 2016

Happy new year Folks,

we could not wait to reveal the first digitally reconstructed model in the very style of the legendary Harcourt photos. Working closely with celebrities' favorite studios has been a real treat for our team on every step of the production.

This collaboration brings together what is best in terms of live-action photography, meticulous lighting and framing at its core, hand in hand with the high-end technological expertise of Eisko in order to push new boundaries in the fields of prestige digital photography, 3D printing and many other innovative interactive representations.

Have a look at what it took both Harcourt and Eisko to bring about this undertaking, from studio shoot to 3D capture, reconstruction, virtual lighting, mobile stylized visualization and 3D printing:




What a better way to kick off the new year!

Stay tuned as we’ll soon reveal more about the brand new products of this amazing collaboration!

Cheers,

Eisko

Digital Double of Antoine De Caunes

December 1, 2015

Hi guys,
to follow-up with our previous post, we're proud to illustrate one model of Antoine De Caunes reconstructed for Canal+' new show L'Emission d'Antoine 



Here is the sort of rendering you can rapidly achieve with Arnold based on associated physically-based materials.


Cheers !
Eisko

Capture of Antoine de Caunes for Canal+' new show "L'émission d'Antoine"

November 30, 2015

Hi folks,
here’s a glimpse of our latest collaboration with Canal+ for the opening sequence of Antoine de Caunes’ new show: L'√©mission d'Antoine. Really happy with the way our new 3D capture system handled the dozen of different poses with props and make-up in a short schedule.




Congrats+ to the On Air Design Canal+ team who put this creative quirky piece together under the direction of Olivier Degrave based on the reconstructed 3D models of Antoine.

If you haven’t seen the show on tv yet, here’s a teaser.


Cheers!
Eisko