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National Geographic Innovator Series

National Geographic writer Rachel Hartigan Shea and photojournalist, editor and filmmakerSpencer Millsap teamed up to do a feature on my work with laser scans on historic buildings.
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Bill Clark: A Celebration

On Tuesday the 10th of February I gave a talk called "The Superstructure of Suger's Chevet at Saint-Denis” at a colloquium organized to celebrate William Clark’s seventy-fifth birthday and career…
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Laser study of Canterbury Cathedral

From 6-8 December 2014 I did a new high-density laser survey of the eastern portions of Canterbury Cathedral. 88 stations, 5 billion points, and all highly accurate (less than 5…
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Acoustics and Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Today I gave a talk called "L’espace acoustique de l’abbatiale de Saint-Germain-des-Prés” as part of a colloquium held in celebration of 1000 years of history at the abbey. I worked with Brian Katz,…
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Conference on the Cathedral of Sens

Today I gave a presentation (via video) called "La structure de la cathédrale de Sens” for a conference entitled "La première cathédrale gothique dans son contexte.” I presented new information on Sens…
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Map Quest in the Washington Post

In June I undertook a laser survey of Washington National Cathedral to learn more about the architectural refinements that had been incorporated by architects Philip Frohman and Donald Robb. I…
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