This session will explore Preservation documentation using the Leica P40, Leica BLK360, iStar Camera as well as a high accuracy close range scanner for artifacts (AICON PrimeScan). Individuals will have an opportunity to run the equipment, download and process the scan data and produce a 3D Jet Stream Viewer file and be introduced to digital workflows utilized in Preservation/Heritage applications.
- Hands-on use of scanner equipment and cameras
- Processing of data and hands-on use on software
- Produce 3D Jet Stream Viewer file
- Overview of 3D digital workflows using scan data
- Walter Bentley, currently Leica Geosystems sales manager in Canada. Walter has been engaged in 3D modelling technology & digitization solutions for over 20 years.
- Ken Percy, is a PhD student in Architecture at Carleton University. His research is focused on digital documentation and fabrication in architecture. Through the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) Ken has led research on a number of significant projects including laser scanning and survey of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa.
- Karen Hughes, currently a trainer for Leica Geosystems has been working with LIDAR technology since 2000. She holds a Masters Degree in Building Conservation from the University of York, England and worked on the private side for many years in preservation and scanning.
- David Hill, currently operations manager for Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Canada. David has been actively using and helping to deploy high accuracy 3D measurement, imaging, and scanning solutions across an extensive segment base.
CAD$100 For registered Symposium participants
Registration here – Deadline EXTENDED to July 14, 2017