ScanLAB Projects to document The Bartlett Summer Show 2015 with state of the art scanning technology
19 June 2015
To coincide with London Technology Week, ScanLAB Projects, run by Bartlett School of Architecture graduates Matthew Shaw and William Trossell, return this year to document The Bartlett Summer Show for the fifth year running.
Using state of the art 3D scanning technology ScanLAB ‘digitise space’ by capturing a cloud of over a billion precisely measured points which they then assemble into a virtual model. Exhibition spaces are individually scanned in full colour and with millimetre accuracy and used to create interactive apps (available free on the App Store) allowing users to navigate the exhibitions and enjoy the work long after the exhibition closes.
The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL will present its annual student showcase The Bartlett Summer Show from 27 June – 11 July 2015 in a new temporary space on Hampstead Road. ScanLAB scanned the Hampstead Road building two years ago when it was vacant and have followed its journey from being empty to being occupied, including the show spaces themselves. This has culminated in a dramatic three minute film documenting the building transformation in the run up to the opening of the show. You can view it on Vimeo.