You will find below a few basic examples of how large 3D models of buildings, appartment blocks and even entire cites can be used for visulation and VFX by adding 3D environments effects such as clouds, fog, snow, sunsets, water reflection etc. These examples of complex 3D models have been generated with http://aero3dpro.com.au. Read more
This aero3dpro 3D model of the Burnett Highway in Queensland is being displayed in aeroviewer as a textured mesh. In the second part of the video we can see the same model into Euclideon Geoverse after conversion/compression to their Unlimited Detail format.
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The boundaries of geospatial modelisation are pushed to the extreme with the emergence of new products and services derived from 3D photogrammetry.
In the aero3Dpro example below, a 3D realistic model of Melbourne Cricket Ground has been generated using aerial imagery acquired on the 31st August 2012.
This landmark will be the home of the 2012 AFL Grand Final which will be held on the 29th September 2012. Read more
3D fly through over Portland, Victoria generated from aerial photogrammetry
The city of Portland is the oldest European settlement in what is now the state of Victoria, Australia. It is the main urban centre of the Shire of Glenelg. It is located on Portland Bay.
The Portland wind farm is one of Australia’s largest wind farms. It consists of four separate sites. The project is expected to produce more than 500 GWh annually, enough electricity to power about 125,000 homes each year, and equal to more than 7% of Victoria’s residential electricity demand, or powering a city the size of Geelong. Read more
Situated in Victoria, 210km from Melbourne, Mt Buller is a mountain in the Australian Alps. The village situated near the the summit is primarly a resort town. Mount Buller is popular with snowsports enthusiasts in winter.
This 3D animation has been generated using a 30cm orthophoto mosaic draped over a 50cm digital terrain model.
This is a compilation of short 3D fly-through generated from aerial photogrammetry.
High resolution aerial ortho photography have been draped over digital surface model.
Gosse Bluff, about 200 km west of Alice Springs, in the Northern Territory, Australia, is one of the most significant impact structures in the world. It has a 5km diameter and was formed 142 millions years ago by the impact of an asteroid up to 2km in diameter. Read more