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Interview with John Jameson, National Park Service

Intern Erica Pallo interviews John Jameson, Senior Archaeologist for the Southeast Archeological Center of the National Park Service on October 25, 2011

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Interview with Tom Noble, Bureau of Land Management

CoDA intern Erica Pallo interviewed Tom Noble on September 27, 2011 via Skype. Mr. Noble is a photogrammetry specialist for the Bureau of Land Management in Colorado, as well as an expert in other digital photography technologies, and was at the Presidio of San Francisco in August of this year to assist in the preservation

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Timelapse @ the Presidio

Timelapse of Photogrammetry and Gigapixel Imaging of the Interior of the De Anza Room from Connor Rowe on Vimeo. Recently I wrote a blog post about the beginning of our photogrammetry project at the SF Presidio. Here is a raw (unprocessed) time lapse of the second day of that shoot. This was shot by Chris

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The Presidio Photogrammetry Project

Building 50 photogrammetry set

Last week two members of the CoDA team (Michael and I) had the unique opportunity to work with one of the masters of the art and science of photogrammetry, Tom Noble

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El Presidio – A Primer

Students of Anthro 136e visit El Polin, tour led by Kari Jones of the Presidio Trust

It may be summer, but school is already in session for the students enrolled in Anthropology 136e, a course on digital documentation and representation right here in San Francisco’s beautiful Presidio. CoDA’s own Michael Ashley and Ruth Tringham are leading this Berkeley-run course, which had its first session on Tuesday.

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