Published in xyHt October 17 2017: http://www.xyht.com/spatial-itgis/making-heightmaps/ So there is no hiding it, I’ve been building a lot of 3d data recently, partly to sell, partly to fuel my adventures into augmented reality (if your interested in me adding this to the blog, please say!). The main thing that has been vital has been the heightmap. […]
As blogs come, this has to be (for me) one of the longest. You see, I’ve been playing with Cesiumjs since its beginning and following the exciting beginnings of the “3D Tile” for the last 3yrs, I’ve waited patiently, waiting for the moment I could share with the world how fantastic this new technology is. […]
3D GIS is game changing, it can change the way you view your analysis, it can provide insights which you may have overlooked….but there is a little problem which I may had not shared in my deluge of blogs about how great 3D GIS is….. …Sometimes it can be hard work. What I mean by […]
Blog post copied from Adrian Welsh on GeoNet 30/11/2016 – Too good not to share!! Explain Georeferencing To Me as If I Were a Five-Year-Old I really liked how Denzel Washington used the phrase “explain this to me as if I were a xxx-year-old” in the movie Philadelphia (1993). Reference: Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA: Jonathan […]
You know those moments where you are sat in a pub, the office or at a friends house and you say something, then suddenly wonder why you haven’t thought of it before?….I had that very issue in the Brew Dog pub near Spitalfields in London, UK a couple of weeks ago. You see, I was […]
What do you do when you move your file location in QGIS and lose all your links? Maybe try this….
As you may be aware, the United Kingdom has a new transformation model that is OSTN15…..But why? What does it mean to the geospatial community? Without being too nerdy, tectonic plate movement means that the “model” surface (the geoid) is slowly moving from best fit for the coordinate system. It has been 13yrs since Ordnance […]