PCI’s Historic Air Photo processing

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In a day I thought would focus on new sensors (LDCM) I end up thinking about old sensors and the piles of hard copy historic aerial photos that are going unutilized in our digital lives (insert standard reference to Peter Morville’s Ambient Findability here). Head over to check out what looks to be a great […]

First LDCM images released

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As you might imagine from our previous conversations on the podcast, we are just a little excited about the LDCM. NASA/USGS have released the first scene from the new sensor focusing on the Fort Collins area. Head over the NASA site to take a look at the scene and associated information. Hopefully we will hear […]

Map of NCAA Affiliation

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In honor of March Madness, Gizmodo has a series of NCAA college basketball affiliation as measured by Facebook likes. So if you’re into college basketball and into maps, you’ll really dig that link (note I fit only one of these criteria, and I kinda dig’em). Note on the bottom for Sue…. most people hate Duke […]

Rendered maps can still be awesome

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In a time when we have become jaded by something as awe inspiring as the time, technology, and $$$ behind creating 3D city models, it is nice to see something that reminds us how cool and realistic imagery and models can be. The above video was made using Nokia’s Here Maps as a personal project […]

Check out MinuteEarth

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The folks who brought us the awesome web video series MinutePhysics have released the first episode of MinuteEarth. I am super excited about the potential for the series based on the great content they have put together previously for MinutePhysics, including some great geospatial relevant topics.

Mapping Baseball Statues and Google

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The Guardian UK online has a media section called, “Data Store: Show and Tell“, which true to its name uses visualizations to tell a story about data. According to The Guardian Data Store team, infographics and data visualization have become the language of the Internet because everyone has access to free tools that make it possible […]

New Hampshire to Consider Aerial Photography Ban

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New Hampshire has a new bill circulating through its legislature that would ban aerial photography by anyone who isn’t the government. They’ve apparently amended the ban in committee that changes some of the major concerns, but a lot still remain. The original bill include kite cams or any other form of aerial photography collection, but […]