Further Adventures with 3D GIS

Originally Posted in xyHt on 19th November, the original article can be read here Last year I posted about this awesome plugin called “QGIS2Threejs” [here] and how it was possible to quickly render 3D visualisations for free using the open source GIS, QGIS. At the time I fudged some wind turbines as it was impossible […]

Visualising for Human Geography – spatial.ly

Great article from James Cheshire reminding us how important good visualisation is. From spatial.ly May 2013 Visualising for Human Geography The publication of the International Benchmarking Review of UK Human Geography¬†back in March was a major event for the discipline. The report concludes that the UK human geography community is setting the intellectual agenda for […]