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3D LANDSCAPE MAPS
FOR
UNIVERSITY MANAGED LANDS ON
MAUNAKEA
Amber Stillman
Office Of Maunakea Management
HIGICC Geospatial ...
OFFICE OF MAUNAKEA MANAGEMENT
• OMKM oversees University
Managed lands on
Maunakea
• ~12,500 acres
• Halepōhaku Mid-
Level...
3D PERSPECTIVE MAPS
• Plan oblique relief mapping provides:
1. a “birds eye” perspective
2. a unique means of communicatin...
3D MAP PORTFOLIO PURPOSE
• Better prepare potential Maunakea visitors for all cautions on
the mountain.
• Visitors and the...
HOW TO PRODUCE A 3D MAP…
Image only
image with GIS layer vectors and labels
Create base map overlay
• Gather DEM
• hillsha...
HOW TO PRODUCE A 3D MAP…
Fix up base image with Photo editing software
• Remove unwanted blemishes, add in other landmasse...
Once base image is complete add
vectors and text in Vector graphics
editor program
• Trace line work
• Create symbols
• In...
CHALLENGES
• Acquiring appropriate software, imagery, use-restrictions
• Expensive
• Very specialized cartography niche
• ...
…END
PRODUCTS
ANIMATION
RESOURCES
• Jenny, Bernhard, and Tom Patterson. "Introducing Plan Oblique Relief."Cartographic
perspectives 57 (2007).Patt...
MAHALO NUI LOA!
QUESTIONS?
3D Landscape Maps for University Managed Lands on Maunakea
3D Landscape Maps for University Managed Lands on Maunakea
3D Landscape Maps for University Managed Lands on Maunakea
3D Landscape Maps for University Managed Lands on Maunakea
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3D Landscape Maps for University Managed Lands on Maunakea

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Overall, fosters stronger connections between people and places on Maunakea.
Plan oblique relief mapping provides:
a “birds eye” perspective
a unique means of communicating information
perspectives that impact visitors’ experiences, environmental stewardship and preservation attitudes.

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3D Landscape Maps for University Managed Lands on Maunakea

  1. 1. 3D LANDSCAPE MAPS FOR UNIVERSITY MANAGED LANDS ON MAUNAKEA Amber Stillman Office Of Maunakea Management HIGICC Geospatial Expo 2014
  2. 2. OFFICE OF MAUNAKEA MANAGEMENT • OMKM oversees University Managed lands on Maunakea • ~12,500 acres • Halepōhaku Mid- Level Support Facilities • Visitor Information Station • Access Road Corridor • Maunakea Science Reserve • Astronomy Precinct • Implement Comprehensive Management Plans (CMP)
  3. 3. 3D PERSPECTIVE MAPS • Plan oblique relief mapping provides: 1. a “birds eye” perspective 2. a unique means of communicating information 3. perspectives that impact visitors’ experiences, environmental stewardship and preservation attitudes. Overall, fosters stronger connections between people and places on Maunakea.
  4. 4. 3D MAP PORTFOLIO PURPOSE • Better prepare potential Maunakea visitors for all cautions on the mountain. • Visitors and the local community can enjoy the mountain remotely • w/out experiencing unwelcomed side effects of unforgiving environment • alternative for off-site visitors • virtually explore the mountain’s fragile resources from afar • keep resources pristine
  5. 5. HOW TO PRODUCE A 3D MAP… Image only image with GIS layer vectors and labels Create base map overlay • Gather DEM • hillshades/Shaded Relief • Imagery • GIS Layers • Select a perspective (view point) and elevation • Export Images • Pick a landscape • gather/purchase tools and software to create maps
  6. 6. HOW TO PRODUCE A 3D MAP… Fix up base image with Photo editing software • Remove unwanted blemishes, add in other landmasses, Create ocean background: water realism, ocean waves & currents, shore breaks, atmosphere haze, sun glints
  7. 7. Once base image is complete add vectors and text in Vector graphics editor program • Trace line work • Create symbols • Inset maps • Legends • Map text • Affiliation logo HOW TO PRODUCE A 3D MAP…
  8. 8. CHALLENGES • Acquiring appropriate software, imagery, use-restrictions • Expensive • Very specialized cartography niche • Time-intensive • Heavy-art graphic design aspect • Techniques, Design rules
  9. 9. …END PRODUCTS
  10. 10. ANIMATION
  11. 11. RESOURCES • Jenny, Bernhard, and Tom Patterson. "Introducing Plan Oblique Relief."Cartographic perspectives 57 (2007).Patterson, Tom. "A view from on high: Heinrich Berann’s panoramas and landscape visualization techniques for the US National Park Service."Cartographic Perspectives 36 (2013): 38-65. • Patterson, Tom. "Getting real: Reflecting on the new look of National Park Service maps." Cartographic perspectives 43 (2013): 43-56. • Patterson, Tom. "Outside the Bubble: Real-world Mapping Advice for Students."Cartographic Perspectives 65 (2012): 7-15. • Patterson, Tom. "Shaded Relief ." Shaded Relief – Home. Web. 12 July 2013. • Schobesberger, David, and Tom Patterson. "Evaluating the Effectiveness of 2D vs. 3D Trailhead Maps." Mountain Mapping and Visualisation (2007): 201. • Weinhaus, Frederick M., and Venkat Devarajan. "Texture mapping 3D models of real- world scenes." ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 29.4 (1997): 325-365.
  12. 12. MAHALO NUI LOA!
  13. 13. QUESTIONS?

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