Sure thing Walter, here is the tech list!
-Optoma EP1690 - 1280 x 768
-Macbook pro on bootcamp
-Home made adjustable rig (I will do some pics at some point) mounted on a telescope tripod
-Calibration panels 1200mm x 1000mm per panel (I cut 2 panels from an 8' x 4' sheet) 90deg corner. I think the calib scale was 550mm (or somewhere near)
EDIT - The car paintwork was not that shiny but it was black so it was necessary to give a light mist with white spray. It was scanned in the relative darkness of a barn with the windows partially blocked. Not pitch black but dim - enough to get a good contrast on the projection.
Shape fusion worked for the most part but it is really missing the manual alignment IMO.
As a first attempt I was most interested in getting distortionless scans and the surface quality was not important but the scans were of a surprising quality for the scale I was working on. I am certain that with more care and a few mods to my rig I can make significant improvements in the surface quality too.
Edit by WalterMo, July 2nd:
See macdaddyjaz's setup here (June 30th):viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4629