Nuances of Drone 3D Mapping
Today, we talk about oblique aerial imagery in drone 3D mapping. What are oblique images? And, when should you shoot oblique images?
Our caller is wondering about the difference between obliques and orbits. We also point out the difference between nadir and oblique imagery. Do weather conditions affect the quality of your mapping data? Drone U members can learn more about this topic in our Comprehensive Mapping class. Thanks to Cord for the question. Fly Safe!
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- [02:12] Today’s question is about oblique imagery in drone 3D mapping
- [03:22] Defining oblique imagery
- [03:49] What is the benefit of using oblique imagery in drone 3D mapping?
- [04:45] Can weather affect the quality of your mapping data?
- [05:10] How can Drone U help build up your mapping skills?