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I have a couple thousand (~13,000) images (named frame0.png, frame1.png, etc.) that I need to convert to a 3D format.

The X and Y of the images will stay on the X and Y of the 3D object file, but the Z axis will correlate to the frame number. (as I said earlier, they are named frameX.png where X is the frame number [without padding])

I would like to do this programmatically but it dosen't really matter, it's just preference.

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  • Convert to 3D how? – joojaa Jan 24 at 15:02
  • Do you mean that the images are like "slices" of a voxel object? Like a brain scan or something? If you are indeed working with voxel graphics I don't think this question belongs on this site. Perhaps to create a static raster image by stacking the slices could be considered graphic design. – Wolff Jan 24 at 15:35
  • @Wolff Yes, that is what I mean, slices like a brain scan, how would I do that? – Carter Jan 24 at 15:36
  • I've played around with stacking images to create voxel graphics for fun, but only as raster graphics and only in the browser using JavaScript and WebGL. It's more about coding than graphic design really. How to turn it into 3D graphics I wouldn't know. Would it be "true" 3D graphics where each pixel becomes a 3D cube or would it just be flat slices with the images as textures? I think there is special software dedicated to this. A program like MagicaVoxel could be used, but it only supports [256,256,256] objects so it's way off. – Wolff Jan 24 at 15:50
  • @Wolff I actually want to do this in P5.JS using WebGL so that actually fits! Can you send me your code? – Carter Jan 24 at 16:01

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