SPAR 2006 3D Laser Scanning March 2006
Capturing and Documenting Existing-Conditions Data for Design, Construction and Operations
March 27-28, Sugar Land Marriott Town Square, Sugar Land (Houston), Texas
Direct Dimensions will be a featured Presenter at the SPAR 2006 3D Laser Scanning Conference in Texas at the end of March.
DDI will focus on the importance of this state-of-the-art technology and how the applications and uses are expanding across all markets, from medical applications for virtual surgery, to art and architecture for preservation and reconstruction in a post-911 world.
Highlighted projects from DDI's vast 10 years of experience include:
• Fort Pike, - Historical Preservation and Reconstruction
• Graving Dock - Facilities Upgrade and Management
• The Lincoln Memorial - Monumental Preservation Demonstration
• Sabreliner Airplane - Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis
Michael Raphael, President and Chief Engineer of Direct Dimensions, will be giving a glimpse of the uses and areas that this technology has been used by his company to produce amazing results and further push the boundaries of using 3D Laser Scanning in everyday production and service workflows.
For more information on the SPAR 2006 3D Laser Scanning Conference, please visit the SPAR website at: