Lidar Contest Submissions Are In – Check them Out

Thank you all for your submissions to the Lidar as Art Winter Solstice Contest this year. We have entries from across the globe! We are impressed with the scans and are enjoying the variety of subject matter.

Flurries are flying as I write this in Maine, beginning to cover the field and dirt road in soft white. I just held my four month old son to the window to see the snow fall and he watched intently. He will celebrate his first winter solstice soon. Although the days feel short and we are missing the warmth of the sun, our blessings are many. Thank you for helping us to celebrate this beautiful season by sharing your art.

Below we have shared the entries in the order that we received them. The Lidar News team will be selecting five final images and making this announcement in our newsletter this Wednesday. Then you will be able to vote on your favorite – if your image is selected, get ready to spread the word to your family, friends and co-workers!

Good Luck!

Sarah Roe

Paul Tice -ToPa 3D of Beaverton, Oregon

Paul Tice – ToPa 3D of Beaverton, Oregon

Beril Sirmacek of Create4D, The Netherlands

Beril Sirmacek of Create4D, The Netherlands

Nina Hofer of Cambodia Archaeological Lidar Initiative

Nina Hofer of
Cambodia Archaeological Lidar Initiative

Tim Hustwayte - NM Group of North Yorkshire, UK

Tim Hustwayte – NM Group of North Yorkshire, UK

Robert Loughran - Bluesky Ireland

Robert Loughran – Bluesky Ireland

Tyler Wagner - Areté Associates of Tucson, AZ

“Waiting on Spring” – Tyler Wagner – Areté Associates of Tucson, AZ

Patrick Poissant - Anditi of Teralba Australia

Patrick Poissant – Anditi of Teralba Australia

Mike Parlow - Object Raku of

Mike Parlow – Object Raku

Kimmo Soukki - Terrasolid Oy - Scan in Lapland Finland

Kimmo Soukki – Terrasolid Oy – Scan in Lapland Finland

Mike Meiser - Woolpert of Ohio

Mike Meiser – Woolpert of Ohio

Bart McLeod - Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies University of South Florida

Bart McLeod – Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies
University of South Florida

Submission by Antonio San José

Submission by Antonio San José

Chanel Reid of Epic Scan Ltd.

Chanel Reid of Epic Scan Ltd.

"Inside Looking Out" scanned by Stuart Cadge of GeoSLAM

“Inside Looking Out” scanned by Stuart Cadge of GeoSLAM

Jeffrey P. Du Vernay - Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies - University of South Florida

Jeffrey P. Du Vernay –
Center for Virtualization and Applied Spatial Technologies –
University of South Florida

"Winter Sun" - Jason Stapleton - Cape Town South Africa

“Winter Sun” – Jason Stapleton – MSC of Cape Town South Africa

Bluesky of UK

Bluesky of UK

"Sun Tunnels" Jefferson L. Searle of MERIDIAN ENGINEERING, INC. Utah

“Sun Tunnels” Jefferson L. Searle of
MERIDIAN
ENGINEERING, INC. Utah

 

 

 

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