oddviz is a collective that uses photogrammetry to document in three dimensions, the photogrammetric data then can be presented as interactive 3D models or videos. The collective takes multiple aerial and ground level photographs to measure exact spatial position of surface points, merged together, the surface points form state-of-the-art 3D representations. oddviz attaches importance to photogrammetry in digitally preserving bodies, artifacts, facades, exhibitions or landscapes.
oddviz also focuses on manipulation and animation techniques of 3D models. Our practice includes 3D scanning, texturing, retopology application, character rigging, motion capturing and rendering in order to animate or better present a high-fidelity model or scenario.
oddviz has artistic, architectural and operational skills and produces new-media content for web, video, virtual reality or augmented reality mediums.
Çağrı Taşkın, born in Ankara, 1983. Lives and works in Istanbul. After completing his undergraduate degree in 2007 at Dokuz Eylül Univeristy, Architecture Faculty, he worked on architectural projects for a while and then focused on three dimensional architectural visualizations. He continues his projects with Oddviz since 2016.
Erdal İnci, born in Ankara, 1983. Lives and works in Istanbul. After completing his undergraduate degree in 2005 at Hacettepe University Fine Arts Department, he continued working with different mediums such as photography, video and digital art. He participated in multiple exhibitions both national and international with works that focus on concepts such as motion, time space and repetition.
Serkan Kaptan, born in Ankara, 1983. Lives and works in Istanbul. After graduating from Middle East Technical University, Environmental Engineering in 2008, he completed his graduate degree in 2011 from Boğaziçi University Environmental Technology Program. Kaptan, moved away from academia after getting his doctoral proficiency from Boğaziçi University Ecological Sciences İnstitute and continues working in independent collectives.