On Fri, Jun 01, 2018 at 10:38:01PM +0000, Pierre Béland wrote: > I dont know what is picavet. But I dont think thatKite, or balloon or > similar flying objects could cover rapidly and systematically a > rectangular area, be stabilized and produce images of quality. > > The fix wings are still expansive but can produce rapidly very precise > imageries and elevation models. It would be interesting to examine the > faisability to develop such a project including both hardware and open > source software.
From my estimated the cost is around 300€ starting from zero. Plus a Camera with something like CHDK - Given that you crash your first experiments it gets a little more expensive. Thats for the flying gear. I am now more interested in stuff like which camera, focal length, stride width, aperture, resolution on ground, stitching the images or georeferencing the individual images. Producing the geotiffs, creating a WMS server etc. I have some software tools up in my head like Hugin (Image stitching and lense correction), QGis for Georeferencing the images although the stuff i saw is pretty complicated. Flo -- Florian Lohoff f...@zz.de UTF-8 Test: The 🐈 ran after a 🐁, but the 🐁 ran away
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