Saturday, September 27, 2014

sleepwalk video

Saturday, June 14, 2014

3D Tour of Downtown Hattiesburg

After completing 3D models most of the contiguous structures in downtown Hattiesburg I have created this video tour of the area.  My goal is to garner some ideas from others about using these models to promote downtown and individual businesses.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The Carter Building: The last 3D model ever for Google Earth

Since Google has abandoned hand-crafted 3D models in favor of automated, blanket 3D images of cities, they are no longer accepting user generated 3D models.  The restored Carter building and adjoining 110-112 Front St. buildings were uploaded just prior to the October 1st deadline.  It and other 3D models of downtown Hattiesburg are expected to remain intact on Google Earth for quite some time before Google gets around to auto-generated images of the Hattiesburg area.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Southbound Bagel and the Skylight Lounge

At the foot of the hill on Front Street in Historic Downtown Hattiesburg lies a familiar triangular building containing Southbound Bagel and the Skylight Lounge, both popular destinations for residents and visitors to the revitalized downtown area of the Hub City. This historic building was occupied for many years by the California Sandwich Shop.

Bianchi" Pizzeria

Saturday, September 7, 2013

A Gallery/Plums Bridal Registry

The A Gallery was just added to the downtown Hattiesburg 3D project.  Front Street is close to completion.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

America Building (post renovation)

Located at 207 East Front Street in Historic Downtown Hattiesburg, MS, the America Building is one of two structures known as Hub City Lofts, both resurrected in 2013 as fashionable, contemporary, urban living units for those who wish to live in revitalized downtown Hattiesburg. Built in 1907 by Dr. T. E. Ross, the building has been known as The Ross Building, the Royal St. Andre Hotel, and now the America Building. In the 1990's before renovation the America Building was home to the Bluhous Art Studio, and its roof was the venue of the alternative band scene of the day.