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3D Scanning - Wrench Wednesday Question on LinkedIn

 

 It’s “Wrench Wednesday”! Our recent 3D blogging efforts ( http://f3-inc.com/blog/ ) have gained a lot of attention so we thought we would form today’s question around our 3D Blog. For today’s question, how many points were collected in the 3D scan of the historic “Gig Nana”? The 3D Data was collected at the historic Legion of Honor; Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco in the San Francisco Bay Area.  For hints and footage and follow F3 & Associates on LinkedIn and check out our 3D Blog so you can be first entry on Wednesdays.  

3D Scan of the historic Gig Nana: Data Captured at the Legion of Honor in the SF Bay Area

3D Scan of the historic Gig Nana: Data Captured at the Legion of Honor in the SF Bay Area

3D Scanning/From the Field - International Projects- Toronto, ON

Wow, Canada was great and a great place to scan. Toronto is an awesome city and we successfully scanned BMO Field (Toronto's MLS field and future home to the CFL's Argonaunts) for the upcoming expansion, the point cloud is very cool.

Point cloud of the registered scan, BMO Field, Toronto, ON.

Technically it was a slam dunk and we nailed it but logistically we learned some valuable lessons that can only be realized "in the moment" while traveling internationally. I will be posting future posts to discuss the lessons learned and give some insight to the pre-planning that needs to happen for the project to be successful.

Having fun with a Leica ScanStation P20; scanning BMO Field, Toronto, ON with the CN Tower and Canadian flag in the background.

I have a new respect for both the people of Canada and the country itself. I went on a walk to the Distillery District of Toronto was amazed by the helpfulness and diversity of the people.

Cheers Toronto, thx for the wonderful experience.

Until my next post,

Captain Birk Blogger

Feel free to contact me by email... bellis@f3-inc.com.. I would love to hear from you!