Scanning the Impossible: RTC360 vs The World Peace Bell
If you're just now joining us for the first time, Scanning the Impossible aims at putting our 3D Laser Scanners to the test; pushing them to the limits by implementing their use on "un-scannable" structures. The RTC360 never ceases to surprise me as its capabilities continue to push the limit of construction technology.
Scanning for World Peace
A couple of weeks ago, while I was strolling down the Ohio River in Newport, Kentucky, a loud ringing of a bell somewhere far off startled my attention. Quickly, I was reminded that Newport housed the World Peace Bell, and not long after, I found myself standing underneath the enormous wonder.
"Was it possible? Could the World Peace Bell be scanned?"
Weighing at an astounding 66,000 pounds, the 12 ft. by 12 ft. bell is the largest in the world. As I marveled up at this enormous structure--a powerful monument representing so much--curiosity quickly interrupted the humbling experience; the gigantic bell enclosed in walls of glass was a perfect candidate.
Was it possible? Could the World Peace Bell be scanned? Within minutes, the RTC360 was set up and ready to be put to the test.
- Stanley Lawrence, Founder of Datum Tech Solutions
425.478.1926 | stanley@datumtechsolutio