Campus Scanning 2016-19

In 2016 we initiated a project to apply 3D scanning techniques initially employed in Hooke Park at the scale of a single building component to the scale of the campus and surrounding woodland. Tirelessly aligning more than 200 scans captured over the course of three years, a composite model emerges. In instances where multiple scans capture the same scene impossible timelines emerge – nonsimultaneous events displayed in parallel.

As built drawings emerge from the model for each project. And comparing exact scan data to design drawing we have been able to precisely document and evaluate things such as assembly accuracy, and the change of projects over time. These model will continue to develop.

Filters: 3D Scanning, Research

Root Plate