Check out this great educational animation showing how different parts of the hull come together for the 1889 "bugeye" oyster dredger and National Historic Landmark located at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum.
We've created another fly-through animation of our recent Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) documentation project in Skagway, Alaska. Check it out!
We've created another fly-through animation of our recent Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) documentation project in Cordova, Alaska. Check it out!
We've added a new fly-through video to our HABS HAER HALS YouTube channel! Virtually visit Skayway's first City Hall building in Alaska.
We're sharing a new video animation produced from point cloud data of the Ellis Island Main Hospital Buildings. The video provides a unique view of the interior and exterior of the historic buildings showing deteriorating conditions further damaged by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
The Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) has produced a fly-through animation of the point cloud data captured while documenting historic Ellis Island, New York.
See this unique site and its hidden rock features inaccessible to park visitors in this aerial fly-through animation.
Did you know that the center span of the Arlington Memorial Bridge (Spanning Potomac River between Lincoln Memorial & Arlington National Cemetery) is a drawbridge, or more specifically a two-leaf bascule span? It's true but it hasn't opened since 1965! HAER architects recently created an animation showing one leaf of the center span opening. Watch the animation see what's hidden inside the Arlington Memorial Bridge.
See historic totem poles of Sitka National Historical Park in a whole new way with this interpretative, fly-through animation produced by the Historic American Landscapes Survey.
In addition to producing measured drawings documentation of these unique structures from the data obtained from the laser scanner, we are also able to produce interpretative products, such as this video, for our project partners.