Puneet,

NYPL's Scribe app could help with crowdsourcing your project.  Not
geo-specific, but it would support the queue/task/review process.

https://www.nypl.org/blog/2015/11/23/scribe-framework-community-transcription

http://scribeproject.github.io/

David.



On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 12:54 AM, P Kishor <punk.k...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Background: a colleague has a pretty incredible collection of analog
> photos (prints and slides) from various expeditions in Nepal. These are
> invaluable photos because they offer a time-series view (repeated
> expeditions to the same locations over many years) at a very high
> resolution.
>
> Problem: there is no geolocation for these photos—where the photographer
> was standing and which way he was looking when he took these photos.
>
> Objective: Scan the photos and geolocate them, then pin them on a map of
> the region.
>
> For geocoding them:
>
> - “fly” around on Google Earth/Maps trying to recognize the terrain from
> the photo;
>
> - use programs such as [Hey What’s That](http://www.heywhatsthat.com);
>
> - construct a crowdsourcing application and get everyone and anyone
> involved.
>
> I ask you, are there other solutions/approaches that come to your
> geospatial-hive-mind ?
>
>
>
>
> --
> Puneet Kishor
> Just Another Creative Commoner
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