Read more about Enomalies’ involvement here – http://enomalies.com/manuscript-holder-for-ct-scan/ Scanning an Ancient Biblical Text That Humans Fear to Open By NICHOLAS WADE January 5, 2018 Pioneers of new software for reading damaged parchment and scrolls are now deploying a CT scanner at the Morgan Library, hoping to recover Coptic writings dating back at least to 600 A.D.
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In April of 2017, Enomalies participated in the Navy’s Forum on SBIR Transition. This event gave SBIR grant recipients an opportunity to showcase their technology, meet with other grant recipients, and get one-on-one interaction with other program supervisors to discover the greater needs outside of their granting office (in enomalies’ case, the Office of Naval […]
The team at Enomalies recently scanned the newly discovered Bourbon Pompeii at Buffalo Trace. While excavating for a new conference center this site was uncovered from an 1800 distillery site. They have decided to keep the site for study and tourism. Explore the scan below.
On December 15, 2013 Cave Archaeology Investigation and Research Network, or C.A.I.R.N. members Craig Williams, Susie Jansen, Mike and Natalia Tennant, Lindsay Trammell, and Stefanie Voss ventured into Berome Moore Cave with representatives from Transylvania, University in Kentucky to examine and scan prehistoric cat tracks. The trip was led by MMV representative Jim Sherrell. The […]
In 2011, the Cave Archaeology Investigation & Research Network contacted Enomalies with an incredible collaborative opportunity. Working alongside Huntsbrook and The Exploration Foundation, Enomalies engineers rappelled into a cave on the outskirts of St. Louis, MO. Structured light scanning equipment in tow, the objective was to piece together the history and happenings of a cave […]
In 2014 Enomalies was considered for and awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grant from the Office of Naval Research (ONR). The topic centered around delivering a Rapid Synthetic Environment Tool for Virtual Battlespace 2 (VBS2). Specifically, the Navy wants to develop tools for Marines and Sailors to produce and modify VBS2 compatible simulation […]
Pushing the Bounds of 3D ScanningA team of four divers braved the below freezing temps in December to make a trip to Bonne Terre Mine, a popular dive site located south of St. Louis, Missouri. The dive’s purpose was to test the limits of a new 3D imaging system designed for extreme environments, even at 60 […]