I thought to do that initially but, due of the size of the files (we are scanning a very good quality, 600dpi), I decided that floppies are allways the same in appareance, so there is a lot of repeated and unnecesary data in the image.
Do you know http://www.retrocopy.com?
That guy has written a very interesting emulator. You can create your own virtual world and visualize the media, boxes, etc like 3D objects.
I decided to scan this stuff to be able to use it in an 3D environment like that in the future, like a virtual museum.
The only necessary thing would be the textures to be applied to the 3D models. I think floppy visual images should be generated from a 3D design done in 3D StudioMax or somethink like that.
But, if you want the complete floppy scans, I have no problem doing that. I can not re-scan some of the floppies already dumped and scanned because they have been sold or returned to their owners.
If you want, I can rescan the ones I have here or the ones to come.
And, finaly, not at all. i'm very happy contributing to this project because I think it is very important to preserve the beginnings of the computing history for future generations.