In Episode 11 of the RCN Podcast, Christie Bruno of 1:9 Architectue explores the ways reality capture technology can be used in architecture projects.
(0:34) Christie's background
(5:55) Christie's non-profit, One Nine for Humanity
(16:32) How laser scanning helps fill in the gaps of missing building documentation
(19:50) Utilizing panoramic images at job sites
(22:22) Using virtual reality on architecture projects
(26:28) Overcoming hurdles as a business owner
Christie has worked in the architecture and design world for 10 years. She earned her BFA in interior architecture from CSU-Long Beach. After working in the corporate world for eight years, she decided to create her own firm, One Nine Architecture in 2018. She also founded the non-profit One Nine for Humanity, which focuses on building homes, structural and design improvements, counseling & mentoring programs or providing supplies in communities in need.