The University of South Florida's Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (AIST) is using 3D laser scanning for research into heritage preservation, education, and public interpretation. We are digitally preserving our world's fragile heritage and teaching in new and exciting ways that bring the past to life.
3D printed heritage on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa. The Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies with the University of South Florida is guest curator of the exhibit and showcases how 3D printing can be used for heritage tourism, education, and conservation/preservation.
The National Park Service and University of South Florida Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies are working on the documentation of Fort Matanzas utilizing terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) survey and other spatial mapping and imaging techniques.