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The city of Rome is one of the most popular destinations in the world owing to its culture, architecture, and especially the art that remains from its ancient citizens. Every year millions of people visit the travertine stone remains of the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, and other sites, wondering what life must have been like at the height of the empire.

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(Direct Dimensions Inc.: Baltimore) -- Direct Dimensions, a cutting-edge 3-D imaging technology firm, ranked number 2,633 by Inc. magazine on its fourth-annual “Inc. 5000” list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The Inc. list represents the most comprehensive census of the most important segment of the U.S. economy—its entrepreneurial-based small businesses. Direct Dimensions also earned Inc. 5000 recognition on the 2009 list.

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(Direct Dimensions Inc.: Owings Mills, MD) -- Every year a select group of students in the mechanical engineering program in the A. James Clark School of Engineering at University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, compete in the Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) competition. The FSAE competition requires the team of students to design, build, and race their own open cockpit race car.

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“The Awakening” is a 70-foot sculpture by J. Seward Johnson that depicts a man struggling to free himself from the earth. The installation, which has been a landmark for nearly three decades in Washington D.C.’s Hains Point, is comprised of five aluminum body parts: a right foot, a left knee, a right arm, a left hand, and a bearded face. It was originally installed in 1980 and became a well-recognized attraction next to the Potomac River. It has been on loan to the U.S. Park Service by the artist.

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In 2009, Direct Dimensions Inc. was approached by Texas A&M University’s Flight Research Laboratory (FRL) with a challenging yet typical 3-D problem. The FRL, while primarily an active teaching facility, also offers both flight and wind tunnel test services. This particular project was for a customer who had contracted the FRL to perform feasibility and conceptual design studies for a flight-test program using a business-jet class aircraft.