A Matterport-scan of the Collcutt building makes the beautiful historic palace accessible for generations to come. Lloyd’s Register Foundation took the building in possession December 1901 and has since maintained it as an essential heritage site. Should disaster strike, as with the fires of Notre Dame or Shuri Castle, digitizing the building in a high-fidelity 3D capture helps preserve the heritage.
The scanning serves as a digital twin, which is easily accessible through a web-browser and lets the user freely explore the palace. The digital twin helps Lloyd’s Register Foundation share intricate details about their fascinating story, which in turn provides valuable exposure and marketability.
Lloyd's Register Foundation is a charitable foundation, helping to protect life and property by supporting engineering-related education, public engagement and the application of research.