3D model of a Goldy Gopher statue created using photogrammetry. Topographical LiDAR scan of proposed park in St. Paul. High resolution image of a butterfly wing captured with the Gigamacro. This page showcases some projects that have used AISOS resources. For more interactive content, including high resolution images and 3D models, check out our Elevator and Sketchfab pages. Project by Nels Shafer, undergraduate student, for ARTS 3890 (3D Modeling and Digital Fabrication). Tree rings captured with the Gigamacro. In partnership with Daniel Griffin, Department of Geography. "Food for Thought" by Felix Oh, undergraduate student. Created for ARTS 1911 (BioArt: Culturing Life). 3D scan of a replica of model of grecian foxglove (Digitalis lanata). In partnership with the College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences. 3D model of a plaster cast of a chicken captured with a David SLS scanner. Project by Katayoun Amjadi, MFA student, for ARTS 3890 (3D Modeling and Digital Fabrication). 3D scan of an historic woodblock captured using photogrammetry and structured light scanning. In partnership with Michael Hancher, Department of English. 3D point cloud of a hotel room created with a FARO Focus LiDAR scanner. Normal map of a quarter generated using reflectance transformation imaging. Small metal printing block imaged with RTI augmented with specular enhancement.