Friday, 1 February 2019

Drone, Digital and 3D

Canna and Sanday may be among the Small Isles, but are extensive enough when it comes to mapping. A team from Glasgow-based, GeoGeo, spent five days on the islands last year and successfully took 4000 photographs

using a drone to complete a survey that has led to the production of a detailed 3D map - the first of its type in the world involving islands. Its focus is on the archaeological aspects of the area. The details of this undertaking are on the BBC Website.

Scottish Islands Explorer - produced ready for 3D use
Digital Edition: reaches its destinations without drone-assistance

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