Thomas J. Elmore, a professional landscape designer, needed 3D data capture sensor and visualization software that would satisfy his professional needs. Part of his solution is UF startup Paracosm’s PX-80. Here is his story:
Thomas J. Elmore began his formal education by earning an Associates degree from Colombia-Greene Community College, while living in my hometown of Catskill, NY. As they say, it’s a small world. After going on to earn his BS and MS in Landscape Architecture and 3D Historic Preservation, Thomas J. Elmore began Elmore Design Collaborative, LLC, Historical Landscape Architecture, in 1999.
For the next nineteen years, Tom honed his unique combination