Maxime Lhuillier's page

Email: Maxime { dot } Lhuillier { at } free { dot } fr
Address: Institut Pascal, UMR 6602 CNRS/UCA/SIGMA Clermont,
Campus Universitaire des Cézeaux (4 av. Blaise Pascal),
63178 Aubière Cedex (TSA 60026, CS 60026) - France.
Tel: +33 (0)4 73 40 75 93
Fax: +33 (0)4 73 40 72 62

Here are 3D scans (apk files) for Oculus Quest and Go, that are reconstructed from input videos taken by a helmet-held 360 camera:

Snowy Town (169Mo).
Its md5sum is c2c4c434133a80de0183fe8270398883

Forest (337Mo).
Its md5sum is 39ab8c7567947e7289057501704a7b08

Semi-medieval town (408Mo).
Its md5sum is 68518b3ba385abf5cada69727ea7597c

Campus (721Mo).
Its md5sum is 1f7a1a14efb9955b936072dccacf4cd2

Verdon's canyon (199Mo).
Its md5sum is 441cbe59849d315582f03c1eaf16c986

They can be explored by moving like a pedestrian, as shown by videos recorded by an Oculus Quest. Their descriptions and easy installations are available at Sidequest. See also reduced versions of the scans (with incomplete or lower res. texturing) at Sketchfab: Snowy town, Forest, Semi-medieval town, Campus. Verdon's canyon.
Papers about the methods are available here.

Last update on December, 30th 2020.