People Behind the Project

Joey Montoya:

I’m an AmeriCorps intern doing my service at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum this summer. I’m also a grad student, studying Media Arts, at New Mexico Highlands University. AmeriCorps places volunteers/interns to do community service projects in a broad range of areas. AmeriCorps Cultural Technology (ACT), the specific program I am part of, places volunteers in technology related institutions.

I’m originally from Espanola, NM and finished my undergraduate degree in Steubenville, OH. I wanted to complete graduate school in New Mexico near home, so I found New Mexico Highlands University and applied to its program. The culture here is very rich and to be part of a project that seeks to preserve our culture by means of technology is very exciting to me.

Greg Williamson:

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6 thoughts on “People Behind the Project

  1. HI Guys! This is absolutely fantastic! I can’t wait to catch up with you both and the project in the coming weeks!

    • Thanks, Michael. The current steps are focused on getting watertight interiors, getting accurate CAD drawings off the meshes in PSCS and aberration recognition – detection of changes in the dimensions of a wall, door, or detail feature such as a crack or a spall – that would help automate the detection of deterioration and condition changes. Any suggestions are welcomed!

  2. I am trying to locate the contact button here on this page but have not been able to find it.

    Designing Reality is working on State of the art automatic Photogrammetry solution that you might be interesting in. It is scale-able to any size data-sets and not limited by RAM like other solutions.

    Would love to hear back from you guys.

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