4 de Junio 2006
Digital Camera Illustrates Camera Shot with Google Earth
At first this just looked like another advertisement for a digital camera supporting GPS. There are actually an increasing number of cameras which have features for enabling GPS (such as Bluetooth). What is interesting is if you scroll down to here, you see the company advertising this (Geospatial Experts - a photo mapping company) has a feature for outputting the Ricoh camera photos into Google Earth.
What I especially like is the example showing 3D cones which illustrate the way the photos were taken by showing the camera position, and the direction the shot was taken. Click on a placemark overlayed on the GE aerial photos, and you'll see the photo taken with the camera and links to how the camera can watermark the photos with additional information like this. Now that is amazing! (thanks to GEB reader Valery Hronusov for the tip)
By the way, if you don't have a camera that supports a built-in GPS don't let that stop you. Check out software like RoboGEO and how to georeference photos, if you have a separate GPS, and output them to Google Earth.
Enviado por FrankTaylor at 4 de Junio 2006 a las 08:52 AM
Enviado por: Bob Cicconetti at 5 de Junio 2006 a las 12:07 PM
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