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Saturday, October 5 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
3D Imaging Technology as it Applies to Historical Documentation, Preservation and Education

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In the winter of 2012, the Tall Ship ELISSA was put into dry dock in Texas City to makes repairs to her hull that were sustained in Hurricane Ike. Being in dry dock afforded the perfect opportunity for SmartGeoMetrics to conduct a 3D historical documentation of the as-is conditions of the hull while at the same time working with the Galveston Historical Foundation to explore ways to use this data in the creation of educational resources. Plans are now in place to document all spaces in the ship to allow for virtual access via on-shore kiosks as well as through the Internet.

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Rachel Protas

Educational Director, Galveston Historical Foundation
Rachael Protas has been working in the maritime industry teaching marine biology, sailing, and maritime history since 2009. She has worked with over 50,000 youths all over the United States, and has recently moved to Galveston, TX to join the team at Galveston Historical Foundation.
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Douglas Smith

VP, Special Projects, SmartMultiMedia
Douglas Smith is a founding principal of SmartMultiMedia, the parent company of SmartGeoMetrics. SmartGeoMetrics provides 3D imaging support services locally and globally. The company is an Authorized Leica HDS Dealer. Douglas graduated from Loyola University, New Orleans with a BA in Public Relations. Prior to founding SmartMultiMedia in 2006, he taught English in Japan and managed youth education programs in various museums and zoos. He thrives... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
ARC 150 - Auditorium

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