Scanning A1A in Cocoa Beach
ChronoPoints and SENSEable Design Lab projects were recently featured in UCF’s Pegasus Magazine.
A preview of the enhanced Cocoa Beach Glass Bank in Unreal
Classic 1960s Cocoa Beach signs recreated for our MemoryScan Project.
Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine of the Florida Historical Society recently conducted an interview with us about the history of the Cocoa Beach Glass Bank.
We recently laser scanned the First United Methodist Church in Cocoa Beach along A1A. Here is a historic image as it appears circa 1963. Noticed the light colored roof compared to how it appears in the 2018 scan.
This interior of the First United Methodist Church of Cocoa Beach was gathered in just four scans with our new Leica ScanStation P40.
This intensity scan is the first in a number scans that we will be uploading from our First United Methodist Church Cocoa Beach project. Scanned with our new Leica ScanStation P40. More to follow!
ChronoPoints will be conducting a laser scan of the First United Methodist Church of Cocoa Beach later this month.
Today, I was in Cocoa Beach researching several locations that ChronoPoints plans to laser scan this summer. I thought I would share this wonderful City of Cocoa Beach emblem from the 1960s when the community was known as Missileland, USA due to the influence of nearby Cape Canaveral (Kennedy). The logo depicts the outline of a Minuteman Missile rising from the Cape.
Here is a new 3D print of the Cocoa Beach Glass Bank. This print is the largest to date with LED lights to provide an understanding of how thin the “glass” is. Thank you to the PD3D Lab here at IST for all their work on the model.