I spent Friday afternoon, October 22nd, at the site of the Bus 19 Project with Michael Raphael and his technician from Direct Dimensions. They are an Owings Mills, Maryland company that has a unique software and camera system that allows them to take digital photos and laser scans of objects (and people) and render them as 3-D images on the Internet and other multimedia applications and platforms. I have spearheaded the Bus 19 Project for over two years now and I’m constantly looking for new ways to bring awareness to this tragic event. Direct Dimensions helps me accomplish that task perfectly. Images will be posted on the Bus 19 Project web site over the next few weeks.