Had a play with MJK2 to try to clean it up a bit and increase the resolution. The two images below are the result.
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This is the link for the latest Mitre Square scene walk-thru.
This model (the WebGL version) keeps you grounded to the scene and stops you walking through buildings, unlike the Sketchfab Model.
The Sketchfab model is provided if you can’t access the WebGL (browser) version. Also, you can use the Sketchfab model to walk the scene in VR if you have a VR headset/setup.
Using the Sketchfab VR model means you will actually be standing and walking around Mitre Square as though you are there. It’s amazing!
Miller’s Court was featured in the very last episode of the FINAL series of Ripper Street (2016). The set was not authentic to the original location by any stretch of the imagination but I don’t think they were aiming for visual accuracy.
Warning of a couple of graphic images of Mary Kelly below. Continue reading “Ripper Street – Miller’s Court”
WebVR version of the Buck’s Row Model.
Here’s Buck’s Row on Sketchfab…
I’ve been doing loads of modelling of No13 over the last few weeks as I want to try to achieve some realistic images. It’s possible to get photo realistic results but I have to learn and fail along the way!
Here are some CGI mock-up photos of Dutfield’s Yard focusing on the cellar ventilation grate where Elizabeth Stride’s body was discovered.
A model and images to demonstrate the view from Buck’s Row toward Baker’s Row.