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Question of the Day: Which Matterport scan that you did is your favorite?7522

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We Get Around ARTlanta Tech Village | 18 August 2014 | Backstory

Hi All,

Today's Question of the Day is:

Which Matterport scan that you did is your favorite?

(Please embed the Matterport 3D Tour in this discussion using the 3D Tour button above.)

I will start it off with mine (above). Please do not beat me up about not hiding scans, start location, door issues. This is old Matterport tech before there were features to do this. I can not use the current Matterport tools to edit this model and Matterport can not reprocess it to work on the current platform.



Model-Artist-Spokesmodel Trini Quinn gives shout-outs to the creative team for ARTlanta Tech Village: a project conceived, captured and created by We Get Around Chief Photographer Dan Smigrod using Matterport 3D Showcase technology.
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The John F. Kennedy Atomic Bomb Shelter & Command Post Museum was closed permanently last year and I was given exclusive access to scan the museum before all the artifacts where removed. The "bunker" is located on an island in the Palm Beach inlet and I was there alone for the scan on a day when the museum was closed. An amazing experience to be literally surrounded by history.

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I would say one of my favorites handled by one of our techs was this one, the Revolver Gallery Presents: Andy Warhol: REVISITED 30 Years Later Santa Monica, California

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There's this one I did for the Fairmont in San Francisco. It had nice views.

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