Photogrammetry
in the Cloud

Automatically convert photos
of an object into a 3D model

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Works with objects of any size
Focus on just the part of a scene that you're interested in
Build lots of 3D models, integrate Beholder into your pipeline

Get Started in
Four Easy Steps

If you have photos of an object that you want to 3D print, or include in a game or film, but don't have the budget to hire a 3D artist, then Beholder can build the model for you. You'll need 20 or more high quality photos, taken in a ring around the object of interest.

Step 1

Drag and drop the photos into the browser

Step 2

Click align images to get camera images and an initial point cloud

Step 3

If the point cloud looks good, click 'Construct Mesh' to build a detailed textured mesh

Step 4

And you're done! Download your 3D model in STL, OBJ or GLB format

Features

Works with objects of any size. Build models of buildings using a drone, or capture smaller objects using your phone

Focus on just the part of a scene that you're interested in by using a bounding box to cut out unnecessary detail

If you need to build lots of 3D models, integrate Beholder into your pipeline by using our easy to use REST API

Build for 3D printing by exporting to STL, build for import to 3D packages such as Blender or Maya by exporting to OBJ, build for the web by exporting to GLB

Pricing

1 Credit = Reconstruction of 1 image

Free

$0
per month
  • Storage for 2 models
  • 50 credits per month that expire at month end
  • Jobs run in a shared queue
  • Purchase extra credits at a cost of 500 credits for $10. With paid for credits, your jobs will run in a priority queue
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Pro

$49
per month
  • Storage for 100 models
  • 5000 credits per month. Unused credits rollover up to a max of 25000 credits while subscription is active
  • Jobs run in a high priority queue
  • API access
  • Purchase extra credits at a cost of 500 credits for $7
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Enterprise

$Custom
  • Custom storage
  • Custom credits
  • Jobs run in a high priority queue
  • API access
  • Custom SLA
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FAQ

Beholder works best with photos of objects with a non-reflective surface that have a clear texture on them, which luckily includes a lot of man made and natural materials. Beholder does not work well on objects that are highly reflective (cars, shiny metal) or which are translucent, such as glass or liquids.

Beholder will work with as few as 6 images if you just want to model one side of an object, but in general we would recommend at least 20 to 50 images of an object. Try to take photos evenly spaced in one or two rings around the object of interest.

Unfortunately no. At the moment objects need to be still and to not move between photos for Beholder to be able to build a model of them.

Yes. Modern phone cameras, produced by the likes of Apple, Samsung and Google are very high quality, and so with care can be used to build 3D models. If you have a DSLR with a tripod though, you will likely get even better results.

In the first instance, please contact us so we can try to help and offer advice. If after that Beholder is not performing as you want then we offer a 14 Days Money Back Guarantee.