CyArk Highlighted at Innovate Oakland Event

Final InOak Event Includes 3D Point Clouds of Cultural Heritage Sites

by Elizabeth Lee
October 13, 2010
Last Friday, October 8th, CyArk's technology and content were highlighted at the final InOak event of the year.

As taken from the InOak website, "INOAK was created in 2010 by a handful of innovative new companies based in Oakland, California with a single purpose; to expand and strengthen a thriving community of innovative new companies through collaboration and community."

On the historic roof garden at the Kaiser Center, over 150 locals in new media and technology gathered together to celebrate the companies innovating and thriving in Oakland. Oakland Mayor Dellums and Pandora CEO Tim Westergren were both in attendance to celebrate the growth of technology in Oakland. The crowd mingled on the rooftop and were treated to a live scanning demonstration and projections of CyArk point clouds.

We were grateful for the opportunity to showcase our technology to other businesses and individuals in our new home in Oakland. We were also happy to be joined by CyArk partner D'Arcy Trask of Gauge Point Calibration. D'Arcy brought his scanner to demonstrate and even preformed a live scan of the Kaiser building.

Thanks for everyone who came out to the event and be sure to look for us at the next InOak mixer.

For additional photos of the event check out Flickr and become a fan of InOak on Facebook.
3D Point Cloud Captured During the InOak Mixer
Attendees Gather Around the CyArk Table to See Live Scans of the Kaiser Building