3D Scanning via Drone

Drone-based 3D Scan of the Columbus Idea Foundry

3D Scanning and Photogrammetry services from both the ground and the sky can provide tremendous advantages in capturing as-built details of a site. 3D models can be generated to help provide a richer data set perfect for applications in architecture, development, environmental studies, mining, and many other venues.

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Ballantrae Park by infiniteimpact - 3D model
We love Ballantrae Park in Dublin so much that we 3D scanned it. With a #drone.

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If you haven't been to this amazing park in Dublin, Ohio yet, you are missing out. With tons of greenspace, a splashpad, and giant dancing metal hares, its one for the memory books.

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John RahmThe dancing bunnies.....4 hours ago
Mark SmilesI'm sorry, but those dancing giant rabbits are totally creepy when you see them in person!4 hours ago

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While the lake is still navigable by boat in many areas, getting out on the water is another story for many residents who aren't very happy about their new "beach."

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Martha HoltzWhere's the "unlike" button?5 days ago   ·  1
Michelle BlizzardIf only the media would give an accurate account of what's going on!5 days ago   ·  8
Kay PowellSo sorry this has happened. But I guess there is no question it has to be fixed.5 days ago

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Heron Bay, Buckeye Lake, Ohio. Over 100 families in this neighborhood, and it is our understanding that not one can get out on the water from their home at this time.

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Sara BeckettThanks for the drone shot; it's very revealing. Judging by the top pic it looks Iike the Heron Bay canals could at least be navigable by the right kind of watercraft, but it looks like more dredging is needed to transition from canals to the lake. There are many more families living along other canals facing dried/muddy "waterways" with no way even a kayak or canoe could float.6 days ago   ·  3
Victoria ShookI never new that the lake was that shallow the canals do need to be deepen5 days ago   ·  1
Ryan MackThey are saving buckeye lake. Will just take a few years.5 days ago   ·  8
Cecil FieldsThere's a letter in the Dispatch today (Letters to the Editor); "Buckeye Lake promotion is waste of money" - here's some quotes, "BL has been used as a septic tank leech bed for the hundreds of properties lining the lake banks..." Carp are the #1 fish & thrive along the banks growing to incredible size while feeding on the sewage & silt ...", "Now the lake & dozens of exposed mudflats will lie & bake the sewage & farm runoff into an even more virulent brew than it suffered last year, blooming algae islands to complement the mess."5 days ago   ·  8
Rick ThompsonAwe poor things.5 days ago
Joe KirkGet an air boat4 days ago   ·  2
Lisa Deany StewartIt would nice if we could see shots like this of other parts of the lake. Thanks for showing us this perspective!22 hours ago   ·  1

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If you haven't heard yet, Buckeye Lake is in a dire situation. Their dam was built 177 years ago and because of concerns with its integrity, the lake has been drained below winter levels. This has the potential to do a lot of damage to the residents and business owners in the Buckeye Lake Region as much of the economy is centered around boating.

Over the course of the next week, we will be posting photos and eventually a video from our visits out to the lake to investigate the situation and talk with locals. We hope over the course of the week, you will understand the dam problem a little better. The lake has a rich history and can continue to have a promising future if the right decisions are made in the political arena to listen to the residents and business owners.

Please join us in supporting Buckeye Lake and head on over to Save Buckeye Lake to stay up to date on the most current news.

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Save Buckeye LakeThanks a million gang!!!!!!!!!!!!!7 days ago   ·  2
Save Buckeye LakeCan't wait to see what you have! Thank you!7 days ago   ·  1
Sara BeckettNice to have the support, but you might want to fact check more thoroughly. The dam is 177 years old ("nearly 200 years" is a bit of a stretch). The lake is currently below winter pool; the well-publicized plan is to keep it at winter pool for 5 years, not "indefinitely". Also, my sources reveal that the main lake is navigable although most is a no-wake zone with a speed zone in what looks like from Sellers Point to a bit beyond the boat ramps at the state park. Residents and business owners are highly concerned about the future, and emotions are running high in this time of uncertainty. Please be sure your facts are correct (J school basics).6 days ago   ·  2
Infinite ImpactThanks Sara.6 days ago
Manson Collins177 isn't nearly 200? The impact could be infinite for many local employees. This appears to be factual.6 days ago   ·  4
Bob BevardDo everyone the favor and tell the unbiased story...of course that implies that you likewise do not investigate from a biased perspective. The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God. And thank you in advance for that!6 days ago   ·  4
Judy LinigerSurely it will be saved. It would be a shame if not. It is a beautiful place.6 days ago   ·  1
Jeryne PetrrsonMake sure you sent all of your information to Rep. Tim Schaffer thank you6 days ago
Daniel MaplesIt's interesting that in all these discussions I hear nothing about cranberry marsh which is a natural wonder that is found in very few places in the world...while I feel for those who have businesses that rely on those utilizing the lake and the employees that may not have work as a result...in all this Buckeye Lake has gone through many metamorphosis in its lifespan and this will just be another one of them...5 days ago   ·  2
Darlene YoungParke Corbin send this to Pete5 days ago
Kay PowellAnd the fish and wildlife will suffer.5 days ago

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At Infinite Impact, we put our clients' needs first and do what it takes to make their projects successful. We believe that is the only way to do business, and it seems like they appreciate that. Here are just a few of the nice things they've had to say about working with us:


“Everyone is raving about the video! This is truly the best quality video we have ever put in front of our audiences. We are excited to work on future projects with you!”

Jenny Hill, Director of Marketing and Communications, Otterbein University


“Wow!! These pictures are awesome.  Everyone is going to try and steal them from me.”

Emily Roudebush, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, Event Planning, Ohio Wesleyan University


“Thank you so much for sending the photos. I am truly amazed at your work – the photos show a different perspective of Powell. These will be perfect for the Business First section and the City’s website. We look forward to showing off your work!”

Megan Canavan, Director of Communications, City of Powell


“I have to say I am very impressed with the pictures you took for us. Thank you very much! We will put these to work for the city right away!”

Joseph Henderson, Development Services Director, City of Pickerington


“Hi Mike, just wanted to thank you for the great service you provided us!”

Mark Dubler, Executive Director, Otyokwah Camp and Retreat Center


“Mike, the video came out GREAT. You guys did an incredible job. Thank you for putting this together. I’ve just sent it to the client so hopefully he loves it as much as we do.”

Dustin Kemptner, White House Advertising




What We Do

Drone Photography, drone video, and interactive aerial media are just a few ways advanced multimedia can meet the needs of clients in the 21st century. The big thing that sets us apart from other drone companies is that… well… we’re much more than a drone company. Our origins actually lie in video production, photography, and the fine arts. In early 2013, we recognized the incredible doors that could be opened and visual pioneering that could be accomplished through the power of drones. So now, we offer a powerful hybrid of traditional artistic talent and cutting-edge technology that helps us offer vantage points never before seen.


Our drive to offer a comprehensive creative solution for our clients allows us to offer expertise in video production and editing, motion graphics, animation, 3D modeling, visual effects, and web design and development.


By combining a rich skill set and a passion for technological advancement with a deep network in the construction, architecture and multimedia industries, our mission is to provide fully comprehensive media solutions. We guide your project to success and ensure that what YOU want, is what you get.


Whether you’re in Columbus, Ohio or Cairns, Australia, we can create the multimedia solution you need to wow your clients, impress your stakeholders, and set yourself apart from the competition.


We have truly been honored to work on some amazing projects.

About Us

You know how they say “follow your dreams” ? Infinite Impact is a product of doing just that.


In 2001, three brothers realized they loved combining their powers to produce videos and multimedia that others could enjoy, and they weren’t too shabby at it. They envisioned a company in which they could collaborate using their passion for creativity through illustration, video production, visual effects, web design, and tech savvy to provide multimedia solutions that could truly make an impact for their future client base.


Fast-forward to 2008, and Impact Brothers, LLC was born. As time moved on, and the client-base grew, Infinite Impact was formed as the creative studios and drone photography and media arm of Impact Brothers, serving our clients’ creative needs from Columbus, Ohio to Australia.


We would love to speak with you and see how we can help your business thrive, so give us a shout.


Infinite Impact
Phone | 614.551.3239
Email | info@infiniteimpactstudios.com


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