Projects serve as interdisciplinary application drivers and a living laboratory enabling the development and validation of core technologies, techniques tools, and methodologies in pursuit of new discoveries, insights and knowledge. They may study monuments, structures, sculptures, paintings, archaeological sites, natural environments and habitats, to name a few, and inform, validate, and field-harden other fundamental research, create experience-based learning environments and opportunities for international collaboration. Over the past two years alone, our team has worked in Mexico, Chile, El Salvado, Guatemala, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Mongolia, India, Japan and the United States of America.