Macro vs. Micro: A Hands-on Workshop for the Tools of Documentation
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Work hands-on with some of the classic and current technology used for documentation and evaluation of historic buildings, structures, and landscapes. Learn from industry professionals the ways in which drones and UAVs, GigaPan high-resolution panoramic photography, Matterport 3D camera scans, and nondestructive tools (i.e. radar and ultrasonic technology) provide a range of perspectives.
Each technology establishes a different perspective - macro, micro, or somewhere in between. Whether looking from 100 feet above, or looking "inside" of walls and locating building obstructions, these tools have their purpose and their limitations. The workshop will include an overview, including demonstrations and hands-on experience and will also include a behind-the-scenes "first look" during the rehabilitation of the Pomona YMCA building.
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- Where these technologies are most useful and effective
- What data and information can be gathered from photographic images taken by drone/UAVs, GigaPan imaging, and 3D camera and building scanning
- The advantages and limitations of ground penetrating radar, basic ultrasonic technologies, and traditional metal detection
- How the information gathered is processed, analyzed, and used in the preservation of structures
- Jeff Neilson, AIA, Senior Associate, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
- Alan White, Founder & Principal, AQYER, LLC.
- Aaron Weiss, AIA, Senior Associate, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
- Heather Todak, Associate III, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
- Reuben Lombardo, Senior Preservation Estimator and Project Manager, Spectra Company