Set in Independence National Historic Park, Carpenterâ€™s Hall has been continuously owned and operated since 1770 by The Carpentersâ€™ Company of the City and County of Philadelphia, the oldest trade guild in America. The building hosted the First Continental Congress in1774, and was also home to Ben Franklinâ€™s Library Company, The American Philosophical Society, and the First and Second Banks of the United States.
In this live, one-of-a-kind demonstration, step into the past and witness the future of laser scanning technologies. Pennoni Associates, Inc. will reveal the historic Georgian interiors of Carpenterâ€™s Hall as never seen before by using high-end laser scanning equipment and remote-controlled aerial photogrammetry equipment(drones) to create highly accurate,survey-grade models of the physical space and objects.
You will also earn Autodeskâ€™s Recap photo and Autodeskâ€™s Revit building information modelling (BIM) software is used to build a precision Revit model.
Key learning includes: hands-on demonstration about laser scanning technologies and devices; understanding of the use of UAVâ€™s as a reality capture platform; Autodeskâ€™s Recap photo for automated point cloud creation from captured data; Autodeskâ€™s Revit for creation of building information models (BIM) with the point cloud data.
This event is featured on designfeed, the official blog of the DesignPhiladelphia Festival. Read more here.