First United Methodist CB
ChronoPoints laser scans another excellent representation of Space-Age architecture, the First United Methodist Church of Cocoa Beach.
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First United Methodist CB

FUMCCB East Facade
East Facade
Historical image of the First United Methodist Church in Cocoa Beach
Florida Historical Society Image
Exterior Intensity Scan of First United Methodist Church of Cocoa Beach
Exterior Intensity Scan of First United Methodist Church of Cocoa Beach
Point cloud render of interior
Point cloud render of interior
Scanning Interior w/Leica P40
Michelle Adams and the Leica P40 scanner
LOCATION

Cocoa Beach, Florida

DATE
CATEGORY

Laser Scanning

 

ABOUT THIS PROJECT

The FIrst United Methodist Church of Cocoa Beach is an excellent example of Space-Age religious architecture. With its high roofline that soars into the Cocoa Beach skyline, the sanctuary building began construction in 1962.  ChronoPoints used the Leica P40 scanner to capture the height of building’s exterior and interior.  To rapidly scan the interior details, a Leica BLK360 was used.

We will be adding new material and adding to the history portion of this page.  Be certain to click the Point Cloud tab at the top of the page to view a 3D representation of the building.


ChronoPoints would like to thank the First United Methodist Church of Cocoa Beach for scanning permission, Earl Soeder of GPServ for scanning interior details with their Leica BLK360 and Matt Brown of Leica.

Instructions

A few tools that will enable you to enhance the point cloud based on your computer’s performance.  Everyone should increase the POINT BUDGET all the way to the right.  If you are on a computer with good graphics, select HIGH QUALITY for the splat quality. You can rotate the point cloud with your mouse.