This small, water-powered mill was built in 1876 to produce flour, cornmeal and animal feed for settlers living around the Fort Vancouver area. It is the oldest working grinding mill in the state of Washington. The structure was laser scanned to preserve a perfect digital record of the building as it sits now. A FARO 330 Laser Scanner was used to capture the full color data. The scanner was positioned in 18 locations around the mill and the adjacent covered bridge. Each scan acquired around 20 million data points thereby creating a detailed 3D pointcloud model.
Sugar Museum of Maui: Traditional Portuguese Oven c.1920
Single-camera photogrammetry model of a Portuguese Oven at the Sugar Museum of Maui. This was a test case to demonstrate the uses of interactive 3D models in marketing, classroom materials, online exhibits, and so on. As of 2017, the sugar industry comes to an end on Maui after 125 years. This museum will be the only good source for information about the historical and cultural impact the sugar industry had on Hawaii as a whole.