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QGIS now has a very impressive rendering engine which you can use to drape one image over another. For example you can get a nice "3D effect" by draping an ortho-photo over a hillshade raster. You set the rendering in the first raster's Layer Properties page on the "Style" tab. There are several kinds of rendering, the "Darken" or "Multiply" options gives an ...


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I did this many years ago in England/Ireland using the TIN module of ARC/INFO, so I would be surprised if the 3D Analyst module of ArcGIS for Desktop could not do the same and better. My recollection is that I just created a TIN surface using the depth values for each of the peat types. Nowadays I would look into using a terrain dataset, and there are ...


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A start-up, GaiaStudio, provides software as a service for 3D visualization of terrestrial ecosystems. (http://gaiastudio.ca) The visualization is based on forest inventory and forest-growth projections. By using simulated projections, GaiaStudio can visualize the state of the forest in any future point of time. The demo server holds information on seven ...


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I've written this, still work in progress http://gee.chalo.org.uk/Gee/Eric.html?databaseName=gtfs I have lots of stop icons, which are the little blue squares. If you pan out (assuming you are getting something) you should see black lines, which is the composite route map which takes a while to fetch, with what are obviously stations as they are vertices, ...



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