Event Title

3D modeling of the Allen E. Paulson Stadium at Georgia Southern University

Location

Georgia Southern University- Williams Center

Faculty Mentors

Drs. Gustavo Maldonado and Marcel Maghiar

Course Name

CENG 4539: Senior Project and TCM 4530: Senior Project

Session Type

Undergraduate Poster Presentation

Presentation Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

Start Date

18-4-2018 12:00 PM

End Date

April 2018

Description

This service-learning work consists in generating a virtual, 3D model of Georgia Southern University’s football stadium. It is currently being completed by two groups of Senior Project students. The model is produced via a state-of-the-art remote sensing instrument. It accurately captures existing spatial geometry into a large cloud of points where each point contains its own x-y-z coordinates and color information. Currently, 104 laser scans have been completed. They fully captured the entire football field, stands, decks and the outer perimeter of field houses and concession stands. The final model will be donated to the Georgia Southern Athletic Department. It can be used in the future to obtain accurate virtual distance measurements throughout the stadium for remodeling or expansion purposes. Additionally, model-based, fly-through, video clips could be used in advertisement or for public entertainment. Authors’ learning and motivation was catalyzed by the fact this work represents service to their university.

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3D modeling of the Allen E. Paulson Stadium at Georgia Southern University

Georgia Southern University- Williams Center

This service-learning work consists in generating a virtual, 3D model of Georgia Southern University’s football stadium. It is currently being completed by two groups of Senior Project students. The model is produced via a state-of-the-art remote sensing instrument. It accurately captures existing spatial geometry into a large cloud of points where each point contains its own x-y-z coordinates and color information. Currently, 104 laser scans have been completed. They fully captured the entire football field, stands, decks and the outer perimeter of field houses and concession stands. The final model will be donated to the Georgia Southern Athletic Department. It can be used in the future to obtain accurate virtual distance measurements throughout the stadium for remodeling or expansion purposes. Additionally, model-based, fly-through, video clips could be used in advertisement or for public entertainment. Authors’ learning and motivation was catalyzed by the fact this work represents service to their university.