Recently I've been working with the TLS data that was collected this summer (my first blog post discussed this in some detail here). Specifically I'm working with TLS scans that happened on the ground in our test forest of Herbert Run.
This is what working with the data looks like; it is a digitized real world forest. Viewing this laser data is amazing. To me it…Continue
We're starting to think about what tools to use to build a web-based ecosynth point set viewer. Here are a few interesting things I've found so far:
I took a little walk over to Herbert Run this lovely afternoon to pick up a Geocache that is located in about the center of our forestry plots. I noticed that some of our tree tags had been removed and soon found a group of college students…Continue
Stephen has completed two of three hybrid conversions and now it's time to name them. Stephen will of course have the final say as it has been his time and effort in designing and building these babies but, we are asking the Ecosynth community to aid us in this endeavor. Previous copter names are Hexa1, Hexa2, Roflkopter, Frankenstein, Sally, and Raven. We admit some are…Continue
Added by Dana Nadwodny on December 3, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
I wanted to share this tree map of Washington DC, because it is local, and I liked the way that it was set up. You simply have to click on the tree, and all of the data that was collected for the tree is displayed. This seems like a good and accessible way to share the data with the public. Once we finish all of our forestry work, perhaps we could eventually set something…Continue
1. Everything except takeoff and landing is automatic. If you can hover your copter 10m from the ground, then all you need to do is flip a switch and the Arducopter will automatically fly up…Continue