Camera Obscura Whangarei
Thursday, September 22, 2016
This is a fantastic community project creating a distinctive sculptural structure within which works a Camera Obscura.
Our participation also gives us a chance to show off our capabilities with the Trimble S7 Total Station which combines scanning, imaging and surveying into one powerful survey tool that allows for more efficient & detailed survey information for our clients. The S7 and associated software allows Cook Costello create 3D models, high accuracy visual site documentation and low density point clouds that the traditional survey instruments are not capable of creating. Apart from providing more efficient & detailed data, these features also provide for greater visualisation of the data for client presentations and the ability to survey areas that are unsafe to survey with traditional means such as slip faces, steep banks/structures and vertical faces. NZ Herald Article - Business's back Sculpture