3-D map of Lincoln’s Presidential Cottage created

Published on September 15th, 2015 | by Admin


Researchers employing the use of lasers have created a 3-D map of Abraham Lincoln’s presidential cottage found in Washington, D.C.

“It’s a step up from a panoramic photo, because a panoramic photo has a certain amount of distortion and it’s always from a fixed point,” Stull said. “With a panoramic photo, you can’t say you’ll go to another point and look around. With a 3D image, you can move it around view it from any angle you want, and there’s no distortions. Because all it does is creates this digital visual model of the space.”

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Story: SUNY Cortland | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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