Scanning the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse
Laser Scanning the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse with the Leica RTC360
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Scanning the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse

Scanning Cape Canaveral Lighthouse
Laser Scanning the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse
Leica RTC360 at Cape Canaveral Lighthouse
Leica RTC360 at Cape Canaveral Lighthouse

ChronoPoints laser scanned the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The lighthouse stands at 151 feet and the trip to the top with the laser scanning equipment was enjoyable : )

We scanned the lighthouse and the replica of the lighthouse keeper’s cottage which the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation recently constructed.¬† The original keeper’s cottage and other structures which surrounded the lighthouse were demolished in 1967.

We would like to thank the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation for permission to scan the lighthouse.