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November 19th 2017 - 11:33
August 19th, 2005
August 19th, 2005

Building a Virtual FRC

Since I first joined the Coast Guard Auxiliary, I felt compelled to leverage my existing Virtual Tour knowledge and create a complete tour of a rescue vessel - but the Boat we were using at the time was old, and somewhat "ill" it was also an x-CCG Boat rather then being a CCGA vessel and as such had the incorrect markings and colours for the CCGA.

Now that our new vessel has arrived, however, the time was ripe. So, Kellei and I spent About two hours photographing every inch of the vessel (in pristine shape - her being only 2 days old at the time)

I now possess 3 virtual tours (taken from Fore, midships, and Aft) as well as quite a few still images of the interesting bits.

My task now is to put all this together into an online presentation - hopefully I can get this done in short order - but as always, customer paid work will need to come first. I did manage to spend some time creating the base Image Map for the project though.

Iīll be sure to keep everyone posted as soon as there is something to see.

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