Laser Scanning

Rocket Thrower in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park with Unisphere in Background

New Rocket Thrower Page

The Rocket Thrower sculpture is one of a handful of objects remaining in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park from the 1964/65 New York World’s Fair. Created by Donald De Lue, the bronze statue stands 43 feet high and is located along the Court of the Astronauts hurling a rocket toward the Unisphere.

Drew Ford Roundhouse

Roundhouse Demolition Underway

The ChronoPoints team ventured to La Mesa in March to capture the Penske-Ford Roundhouse prior to its impending demolition. We just learned the demolition of the building is now underway. We are currently working on a detailed Project Page regarding the structure’s history and our laser scanning effort.  Until we launch the Roundhouse Project Page, here is a sample laser scan image of the building.

Mercury Mission Control

Alan Shepard Launch Day!

Today is the 57th anniversary of Alan Shepard’s suborbital Mercury flight representing the first American in space. ChronoPoints scanned the Mercury Mission Control room at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Center a few years ago. Please visit our video of the project

TWA Laser Scan

TWA Flight Center – Hotel

Together with Langan Engineering, we laser scanned the TWA Flight Center at JFK just prior to its transition to a hotel.  If you are curious as to how it is progressing, this Architectural Digest article provides a glimpse …

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