1. Bartlett Summer Show 2015: Show Build

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    ScanLAB Projects invite you all to the public opening of The Bartlett Summer Show 2015. The Bartlett Summer Show 27 June – 11 July 140 Hampstead Road, London, NW1 2BX http://bit.ly/bartlettshow15 #bartlettshow15

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    • ScanLAB Projects: The Bartlett Summer Show 2015

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      For the first time, The Bartlett School of Architecture will present its annual student showcase The Bartlett Summer Show from 27 June – 11 July 2015 in its new temporary space on Hampstead Road. Created by ScanLAB, this dramatic three minute film documents the building transformation of 140 Hampstead Road in the run up to the opening of The Bartlett Summer Show 2015. ScanLAB scanned the Hampstead Road building two years ago when it was vacant and have followed its journey from being empty to being occupied, including the show spaces themselves.

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      • Phantom, by Daniel Steegmann | with OptiTrack & ScanLAB

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        OptiTrack motion capture technology is being used by artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané in collaboration with ScanLAB Projects to fully immerse viewers into Phantom—a New Museum VR installation that transports museum-goers to the rapidly disappearing rainforest in Brazil. Mangrané worked with ScanLAB Projects to produce detailed 3D scans of the Mata Atlântica rainforest, which visitors can explore in startling detail as OptiTrack tracks their movement throughout the exhibition space. By supplementing the Oculus Rift with motion capture, the installation can be extended well beyond its native capacities, offering a far more immersive viewing

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        • Rome’s Invisible City.

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          BBC’s ONE’s 60 minute special Rome’s Invisible City follows ScanLAB Projects and presenters Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott as they explore the hidden underground secrets of Ancient Rome. The show explores Roman infrastructure and ingenuity, all below ground level. We journeyed via the icy, crystal clear waters of subterranean aqueducts that feed the Trevi fountain and two thousand year old sewers which still function beneath the Roman Forum today, to decadent, labyrinthine catacombs. Our laser scans map these hidden treasures, revealing for the first time the complex network of tunnels, chambers and passageways without which Rome could not have survived as a city of a million people.

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          • GREYSHED and ScanLAB // Bartlett International Lecture Series 2014/15 //

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            ////////////////////////////////////////////////// GREYSHED: Workflows for Augmented Materiality ScanLAB: How To Build An Iceberg (and other scan-inspired tales) 29.10.2014 ////////////////////////////////////////////////// More at: http://bit.ly/1xuZBV3

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            • The city of the future "will be both physical and digital"

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              See more architecture and design movies at http://www.dezeen.com/movies Cities in the future will exist in both a physical and digital form says William Trossell of 3D-scanning company ScanLAB, who claims the lines between the two "will become increasingly blurred" Full story: http://www.dezeen.com/?p=574585

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              • THINK! | Department for Transport

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                'If You Could See' - The revolutionary 3D scanning film directed by Giles Revell for The Department of Transport's 'THINK!' initiative. The work was produced by We Folk through AMV BBDO, with LiDar data from ScanLab Projects, post-production by The Mill and produced by Oz Thakkar.

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                • Pernilla Ohrstedt demonstrates how "our world will be captured in digital form"

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                  In the final behind-the-scenes movie about our Dezeen and MINI Frontiers exhibition, Pernilla Ohrstedt explains the concept behind her stand design for the show. More from the Dezeen and MINI Frontiers exhibition: www.dezeen.com/minifrontiers/

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                  • 3D-scanning technology will enable cities to exist in "both a virtual and a physical form"

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                    The advancement and proliferation of 3D-scanning technology means we will soon be able to explore a life-size digital replica of the real world, claims ScanLAB co-founder William Trossell. Read more: http://www.dezeen.com/2014/07/18/movie-william-trossell-scanlab-3d-scanning-virtual-model-cities/

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                    • Die Traumdeutung

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                      ScanLAB Projects and Brigitte Stepputtis, Head of Couture at Vivienne Westwood, produced this video piece following a recent fashion shoot with one rule - no cameras. The shoot instead used terrestrial laser scanning to capture the surface of the models, textiles and architecture with forensic precision. This collection of over a hundred million perfectly measured points form a frozen moment in time. The figures, garments and crumbling building remain, monumental but revealing their own fragility by sometimes fading away. The figures are frames by their own data shadows, voids of emptiness in a perfectly recorded world.

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