St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Laser Scan St. Luke's Exterior
Laser scan capture of St. Luke's Church exterior
Laser scan capture of St. Luke's Church exterior
Laser scan capture of St. Luke's Church exterior - top view
Interior Roof St. Luke's Laser Scan
Laser scan capture of St. Luke's Church interior roof
St Luke's laser scan interior
Laser scan capture of St. Luke's Church interior - greyscale
St. Luke's Interior
St. Luke's Interior
LOCATION

Merritt Island, Florida

DATE
CATEGORY

Laser Scanning

 

ABOUT THIS PROJECT

 

The St. Luke’s Episcopal Church of Merritt Island, Florida is an excellent example of Carpenter Gothic architecture constructed in Florida during the 1870s and 1880s.  Constructed in 1888,  St. Luke’s was constructed of Merritt Island pine tree timber.  The interior of the chapel remains virtually unchanged. While exterior aluminum sheathing was placed over the original wood in 1977, it retains the original appearance. The St. Luke’s chapel and the cemetery were placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. ChronoPoints used the Leica RTC360 scanner to capture both the building’s interior and exterior.

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 St. Luke’s Episcopal Church for their permission to laser scan the Chapel.

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.