We've been crazy busy at LRRD for the last few months. I used what little blogging time I had to cover the lower Mississippi floods, and haven't reported the cool things we've been up to. Here are a few photos.
We've done a lot of pro bono outreach in local schools lately. Lily in particular has generously donated her own time for a lot of this.
We'll soon be reporting on fantastic results we've had working with the Em4 and its color-coded media using close range photogrammetry.
And thanks to Anne Jefferson and Ron Schott for stopping by last month! Soon Callan Bentley will be here.
|Part of a redesigned standpipe system for our Em4 and in-progress Em3 models.|
|Setup for Em4 runs with close range photography and sediment transport sampling.|
|Meriam teaches with our Em2 at Giant City School near Carbondale.|
|Start of a May Em4 run using close range photogrammetry.|
|School kids dive in at an outreach event. I love how hands dart into the Em2!|
Labels: Anne Jefferson, Callan Bentley, christina bovinette, color-coded media, CRP, design, em3, em4, kids, lily hwang, meriam lahlou, Mississippi floods, outreach, river rally, Ron Schott, standpipe