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It's not much, but it's a start: http://www.dealey-plaza.org/ As promised, the source files will be available from the very beginning of the project: https://goo.gl/jTy69B -RFH
This is about the 3D Open Source Model of Dealey Plaza initiative that was recently born out of the Education Forum. These are the preliminary discussions: http://forum.assassinationofjfk.net/index.php/topic/1875-3d-animation-of-dealey-plaza/ ... and the topic has picked up some steam here: http://jfkfacts.org/dale-myers-on-the-state-of-the-jfk-case/#comment-832570 Therefore, we have 3 forums involved. Here's the web page: http://www.dealey-plaza.org/ ============================= My immediate objective is to obtain a copy of the TSBD building floor plans, and hopefully, its vicinity. After spending the better part of a day making calls and sending e-mails to the City of Dallas, The Sixth Floor Museum, etc. - I must have dialed every single phone in the Dallas County Administrative offices - ... ... I finally got a sympathetic ear. A lady promised to go to the bottom of this. A couple of days later she got back to me: "Mr. Herrera, your only option will be to go through an Open Records Request [that is how we call the Freedom of Information Act here in Texas]. Send your request to the following fax number." She was very kind and helpful, but she refused to give me any other name, e-mail or phone number. Stay tuned ...
Do you want to scare the hell out of Lone Nutters? It is actually pretty easy. You just have to use some fancy terminology: - "Computational Biomechanics" https://goo.gl/9w6gXC - "Finite Element Analysis" - "Computational Fluid Dynamics" - "Open Source 3D Model of Dealey Plaza" https://goo.gl/jTy69B - "Brain Ballistics" http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF01508103 (Click on "Look Inside") To be frank, when it comes to the use of Science, both camps are still stuck -or stuck still- in the 20th. century and not even the 1990s, more like in the late 1980s. That's a bummer. :-( The bright side, however, is that the only ones pushing that boundary is us, the ones interested in The Truth. [Women and Men Working - Come back later ] -RFH