'Sharing Wright's Vision Through Digital Innovation'

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SDR
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'Sharing Wright's Vision Through Digital Innovation'

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I cannot recommend opening the demonstration (second video, linked in a blue box) contained in the announcement provided in today's "Wright Society"
newsletter. When I did so, and the download was said to be nearly complete, my computer froze.

Perhaps this was some fault in my equipment, though my computer has been running without problems.

The announcement is interesting, nevertheless; a digital recording of Taliesin West has apparently been made -- bits of it are shown in the first video --
and a second recording, of "Taliesin in Wisconsin," will be next.

http://franklloydwright.org/sharing-fra ... ociety_103

SDR

JimM
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Post by JimM »

My Mac froze too...

owenCollins
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Post by owenCollins »

IT takes time but eventually loads up on my computer. This link worked for me:

http://franklloydwright.org/3dlab/

Nice use of 3d scanning. Fun to look around the different rooms. Still exploring...

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