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    • How to Build Rome in 1 Day by Bolin Zhang is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
    • ON OUR WEBSITEWordPress WidGets PollWhat do you want for your project?Or, Webs [under construction]http://www.topography-of-ancient-rome.webs.com Photo Credit http://linuxdev.ats.ucla.edu/ HyperCities Timeline Map Collections
    • MEET THE PROS @ DUKE Duke ISIS Mapping Team http://isismapping.org/duketour/ Multimedia Mapping: Muhuru Bay project http://muhurubay.org/MuhuruWeb/Welcome.html Visualizing Art, Law, and Markets http://vis.duke.edu/ Visualization Technology Group GIS Lab Perkins Lib 226Photo is from RedGraph:http://www.ibiblio.org/hhalpin/homepage/presentations/visforum/
    • UNFOLD YOUR IMAGINATION What happened to Yosemite Valley? These maps are images from the chapter titled “Historical Maps in GIS”, from the book, Past Times, Past Place: GIS for History, ERSI Press, 2002. From: www.davidrumsey.com
    • REVISIT THE OLD VALLEY http://www.davidrumsey.com/view/3d-gis
    • TOOLKITArcViewAdobe PhotoshopMrSID RasterGoogle Earth/Sketch Up…ArcScene, ArcGlobe, ArcEngine, 3d Max, AutoCAD…Andriod, iPhone App From: www.davidrumsey.comAnd More…Questions?? Language: VRML,KML, XML,Python Free Goodies: Icon Archive, 3d Warehouse;Tourweaver; ESRI resource center Duke GIS Lab;
    • OBTAIN DEM DATASETUSGS: Find Data, Elevationhttp://edc2.usgs.gov/geodata/index.phpDEM Files Viewer:http://www.ivtools.org/vhclmaps/demviewer.htmlData and GIS service @ Duke:http://library.duke.edu/data/collections/index.htmlArcGIS 3D Analyst Tutorialhttp://www.webhelp.esri.com/arcgisdesktop/9.3/pdf/3D_Analyst_Tutorial.pdf Derivative map from image 2 draped on a 10-meter DEM in ERDAS Virtual GIS. (Source for all three images: CGS collected and interpreted data. Additional sources as noted in figure above.) Photo Credit: The Colorado Geological Survey Maps Development With GIS 2004
    • GIS EXPLORER FOR EVERYONEDownload the offline version ArcGIS Explorer and get the add-insIntro Video http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/explorer/demos.htmlCheat sheets @ its Bloghttp://blogs.esri.com/Info/blogs/arcgisexplorerblog/default.aspxCreate your maps/models off lineShare them with your Online Account
    • A SEAMLESS GIS/GOOGLE WORKFLOW3D Buildings•  Using Sketch Up to build the building model•  Save the file with KMZ format (tour video will be zipped in the final KMZ file)•  If you still want to use 3D Warehouse to save loading time, save the placemarks, tours, page info, and polygons in a kml file. But remember to check each placemark with the model you already upload to 3D Warehouse.3D Terrian•  Using ArcGIS Scene to create a TIN on a topo layer. (import the base .shp contour file first)•  Import the imaginary file (e.g. an old map), make show the two layers are on the same scale and hopefully the exact same matching top-down location•  Drape the new layer by right click on PropertiesàBase Height Tabàobtain height info from the TINàApplyàPreviewàOKàExport Scene in 3Dà”Hello, Earth!” VRML 3D Terrian
    • ON THE MARGINOr, Creating VRML w/DEM•  SDTS fileàDEM http://data.geocomm.com/dem/sdts2dem.html (GeoComm also provides dataset and opensource softwares for GIS!)•  DEMàGrid ArcGIS Toolbox•  ArcScene, Add Data w/ the Grid created by toolbox VISUALIZATION OF URBAN INFORMATION•  3D: Change Scene PropertiesàAdd up Vertical Exaggeration Virtual 3D city models serve as generic tools for an increasing number administration and industry that demand for visualizing geoinformatio requirements made on the visualization techniques vary. In the Berlin•  Base Heights tabàobtain heights from grid dataàApply address several visualization techniques. Photorealistic Visualization In the context of tourism, entertainment, or public participation a high d is required (Fig. 3). For instance, if the aim is to give a realistic imVRML Authoring and Crafting environment, the quality of a 3D visualization is directly related to the virtual city model and the actual result after implementation of the plann•  A format that can contain 3D models like COLLADA(sketchup exportenable real-time rendering of large-scale 3D city models, rates. geo To .dae file) to be reduced in order to guarantee high and constant frame their For geometry or texture related optimization and multiresolution algorithm•  View: Free WRL: http://freewrl.sourceforge.net/ can be applied to achieve real-time rendering even for complex virtual Buchholz & Döllner 2005b, Willmott et al. 2001).•  Edit: Seamless 3D: http://www.seamless3d.com/download/•  Mashlab: http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/•  Other: http://www.web3d.org/x3d/vrml/tools/viewers_and_browsers/•  http://www.ai.sri.com/geovrml/Photo Source ”Berlin-3D”from RSS GmbH, Potsdam/München, DRL Berlin-Adlershof, and 3D Geo GmbH, Potsdam