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From WeAreChange.org, 3D Visualization of World Trade Center

From: http://www.wearechange.org/2007/10/3d-visualization-of-world-trade-center.html

Posted: Monday, October 22, 2007
3D Visualization of World Trade Center

This video illustrates the efforts of Nathan Evans a Visual Effects and Animation artist to produce a high fidelity visualization of World Trade Center 1 and 2. Showing steel core columns, wiring, ventilation, office furniture, restrooms, concrete, glass, secondary steel columns, office walls and other building content. Keep in mind do to the size of the building it would be impossible to show all the content in these building do to resolution of video and available of processing power that my computer will allow at the present.

In this video it will help you understand visually what the building's content was in wtc1 and 2.

The render is based off the blueprints of floor 47-the noticeable differences of each floor from the blueprints would be the center positioning of the stairs and specific spacing of restrooms and the walls of storage space.

Official Reports Misrepresented the Towers' Construction

In light of the release of blueprints to the World Trade Centers by a whistleblower to Dr. Steven Jones, Jim Hoffman has updated his essay on the Tower Blueprints. Please read the original article to get the links and diagrams.

Tower Blueprints
Surviving Evidence of the World Trade Center Attack

The blueprints to the Twin Towers and Building 7 remained off-limits to the public for more than five years after the attack, despite the fact that the buildings were built with public money and that the engineering drawings of public buildings are supposed to be public information. 1 Incredibly, the team of engineers from the ASCE that conducted the only investigation of the building "collapses" before Ground Zero had been cleaned up lacked access to the buildings' blueprints -- at least until they signed waivers that they would not use the evidence in a lawsuit against the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. 2
Whistleblower Releases Blueprints