|Cliff Barackman and Jeff Meldrum in his laboratory.|
Over the weekend of July 20 – 22, Craig Flipy and I took a bigfoot road trip to Pocatello, Idaho with twenty of the original London casts. Dr. Jeff Meldrum invited us out to add the casts to the Idaho Virtualization Laboratory’s (IVL) Virtual Footprint Archive.
|The scanner compiles its data into a visual image.|
|One of the London tracks in the rotating vice. This spins
360 degrees so the scanner can capture data from all angles.
The cast would be later placed in the vice vertically to
complete the imaging.
|Robert Schlader, assistant director of the IVL,
combines various scans into one image.
My analysis, photographs, and other data will eventually be made publicly available (and probably little by little as I finish digestible chunks). As always, thank you for your patience. More soon.
|Craig Flipy and Jeff Meldrum|