DJS Associates Inc., a 25-employee Abington firm that laser-scans accident scenes and building collapses for insurers and plaintiffs' lawyers, is stepping up its game.
A four-person DJS crew will begin Monday the giant task of laser-scanning the Lincoln Memorial.
The eventual three-dimensional digital image - the merging of 400 individual scans - will be accurate to within a quarter-inch of the physical monument in Washington, the firm says.
The pro bono project is being done in conjunction with the National Park Service and the nonprofit organization CyArk, based in Oakland, Calif.
CyArk has 83 digital images of "world heritage sites" on its website for viewing, spokeswoman Devon Haynes said Friday.