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Mid-Pac students apply new tech to historic site

  • COURTESY MID-PACIFIC INSTITUTE

    A scanned image of Kaniakapupu, King Kamehameha III’s summer home.

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    John Yen, left, and Joshua Nichols demonstrated their 3-D scanner (on the tripod) and a white target in their historical preservation class at Mid-Pacific Institute.

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    Students in historical preservation class work on 3-D scan technology projects at Mid-Pacific Institute. Technology specialist Tony Johansen helps (clockwise, from far left) Evan Low, John Yen, Erin Kelly and Destiny Cabrera solve software glitches.

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