FAQ

Q. What is SeeBoundless?

A. SeeBoundless is part tech lab, part design studio and part communication firm all with one goal: Tell stories. Help people.

Steve formed the company in 2015 to help non-profits in Washington, D.C. tell better stories. Since then, the company has grown to include dozens of national and international clients/stories/projects working with contributors across the U.S.

 

Q. What is Photogrammetry?

A. Photogrammetry is defined by the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) as “the art, science, and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment through processes of recording, measuring and interpreting photographic images and patterns of recorded radiant electromagnetic energy and other phenomena”

Basically, we create 3D models using hundreds of 2D pictures. Think of it as a panoramic setting on your iPhone stitching together images but in a circle, in three dimensions.

We love photogrammetry so much that Steve wrote a white paper on the subject for NAB.

 

Q. How Much does all this cost?

A. $1,000,000… (pinky raised in the air)

No, not that much. We are happy to work with organizations of any size to offer a free phone call to just chat about what we think will work best for you - to projects that take years to complete and support a team of people.

Just ask, we always cater our ideas to specific goals and budgets to get the best collaboration possible.

 

Q. You mention ethics a lot - why?

A. We think that our ethics are our number one selling point to why you should work with us. We’re a group of experiences journalists, technologists and storytellers who have built our careers on sharing stories accurately and with our audience’s best interest at heart.

 

Q. Why do I need people to tell my (or my company’s) story?

A. Telling your own story is hard! Period. Talking about yourself, especially if you’ve been doing it for any period of time, can get repetitive and you might be missing out on the most interesting part of your story. We come in to every project with an open mind to how you can help better share your work and how we can help audiences better understand it. We have a lot of questions and we hope that our process leads to new answers.

 

Q. Who will step foot on the moon next?

A. Most definitely a very smart woman.