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The Ottoh system
« on: June 01, 2008, 02:53:21 am »
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Re: The Ottoh system
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2008, 03:04:43 am »

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Re: The Ottoh system
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2008, 04:51:29 pm »
Having visited both the Stephen and Chad locations I can verify that this theory of suspending the objects is impossible.

The Stephen location terrain is such that it's impossible to gets cranes into this location  The Chad location is on private property and an operation such as this would have been witnessed by many residents.  Plus many of the photo locations are inaccessible by foot much less by heavy machinery.

A better method would be by the use of a load lifting helicopter.  But even this method would have been witnessed at the Chad location by many.

The obvious problem with this theory is the expense involved for no return.  First many full size models would need to be constructed and then an expensive helicopter suspension operation would need to be commissioned.


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Re: The Ottoh system
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2008, 05:21:46 pm »
I still think the best model method would employ weather balloons and a thousand feet of fishing lines. The use of a helicopter would generate lots of noise and attention, even in these relatively isloated spots. Fishing line should allow for recovery of the balloon and the model. Problem is that, can one make the model satisfy the size determined for the Chad model which begins to cause weight issue and the need for multiple balloons and a larger ground crew. So a model on site is not practical. Insertion of photographs of smaller models into a background photos of these locations would be more pracitcal, but all the problems with such compositing would make this very problematical, IMO.