3D printed vase that’s form is produced by manipulating photo scanning software with the use of perspective. By working against the imperfections of photogrammetry the software then becomes the catalyst of producing functionality.  


Each perspective works at one specific view oriented in relation to the object. Colouring one corner is used as a reference of orientation, so the software can then correctly align each photograph. Without this symmetrical shapes are hard for the software to interpret.


Once the software has aligned each photo correctly as seen in this image, after an amount of trials and experiments I was able to manipulate the photo scan into creating a 3D model that included the hole that the perspectives were representing.


3D printing the photo scan model then produced an outcome that is a vase induced by manipulation.