For those of you who don't know what photogrammetry is.... here are some web references about the subject:
Introductory Photogrammetry InformationIntroduction to Photogrammetry
The Basics of Photogrammetry
Wikipedia's definition of photogrammetry
Applications of photogrammetryDeformation Measurement of Two of the World's Largest Electric Motors
Fields of Application for Photogrammetry and Imaging in Archaeology
PhotoModeler's real world usage examples
Associations and Journals in photogrammetry/remote sensing and related topicsAmerican Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
ISPRS - International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
RSPSoc - Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society
Class material / TutorialsRemote Sensing using Microwaves
Tutorial: Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
Archiving Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing Data: A Guide to Good Practice
GIS Guide to Good Practice
Photogrammetry - A Practical Guide
Learning Geospatial Analysis
Misc LinksA Guide to Using GIS in Historical Research
GIS FUNCTIONS - INTERPOLATION
Google's directory for photogrammetry
O Canada! Canadians and Open Source
Aviation Formulary V1.43 - Great Circle Navigation Formulae
Resampling Notes [Local Cache]
Brandon Lloyd and Parris K. Egbert, "Histogram Painting for Better Photomosaics [Local Cache], in Computer Graphics and Imaging , pp. 174-179, August 12-14, 2002.
Here is a pretty good page on Photon, Dark, and Bias Noise
Characterizing the Uncertainty of the Fundamental Matrix
A Robust Technique for Matching Two Uncalibrated Images Through the Recovery of the Unknown Epipolar Geometry
How to do Normalized Cross-Correlation Fast
image processing - How do I find Waldo with Mathematica? - Stack Overflow
MiscMany good papers by Zhengyou Zhang also home @ microsoft
A Flexible New Technique for Camera Calibration
Introduction to Hyperspectral Imaging - Good info.
ASTER Spectral Library - A open source library of spectral data.
SPy || Spectral Python
Existing Systems for creation of airborne othorectified mosaics
DAIS - A digital Airborne Imaging System
Some nice tutorials on image stuff.
ADAPTIVE LEAST SQUARES CORRELATION: A POWERFUL IMAGE MATCHING TECHNIQUE
Deep Sea Photo Mosaicing
Axis Maps Blog - Cartography. Visualization. Design.
Making Maps: DIY Cartography | Resources and Ideas for Making Maps
Map Projection ResourcesPROJ.4 - Cartographic Projections Library
Geographic Translator (GEOTRANS) proj.maptools.org
A Polynomial Equation for the Natural Earth Projection (pdf)
Geo Projections · mbostock/d3 Wiki
Jason Davies Maps
Image processing / Projection / Remote Sensing LibrariesOSSIM
OTB, the ORFEO Toolbox FAQ
FWTools: Open Source GIS Binary Kit for Windows and Linux
OGDI - the Open Geographic Datastore Interface.
A great little resource - MapTools.org
GeoNames Data Access
Interesting places on the earth: Marree Man
A Seamless Global Terrain Model in the Hipparchus System Hrvoje Lukatela, Geodyssey Limited
Center for Coastal & Ocean Mapping Joint Hydrographic Center
Data sourcesSpot Image - FORMOSAT-2 images
High Resolution Imaging Satellite Systems
Telascience data feeds.
Global Land Cover Facility (GLCF) - Data/Products
NGDC 3 Arc-Second Coastal Relief Model
SRTM30_PLUS: SRTM30, COASTAL & RIDGE MULTIBEAM, ESTIMATED TOPOGRAPHY
Downloads | Natural Earth
TIGER Products - Geography - U.S. Census Bureau - Topologically Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing
Soa constitutions - UK Neighbourhood Statistics
MapIt : map postcodes and geographical points to administrative areas - UK
OS OpenData Supply - Download or order Ordnance Survey OpenData - UK
List of online map services - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Landsat-7 Science Data User's Handbook
How Google Earth [Really] Works
metaf2xml - parses and decodes aviation routine weather reports (METAR, SPECI), aerodrome forecasts (TAF), and synoptic observations (SYNOP)
BBC News - Camera infiltrates animal world - cool project where they mount cameras on birds to watch behavior.
New Scientist - Tool use by shy crows caught on camera
Celestia - a cool program to view information about the universe.
ORFEO Toolbox (OTB)
openModeller - Home
QGIS Community - About QGIS
PostGIS : Home
Aaron Racicot's Reprojected GIS Blog - Getting QGIS to install on windows AND support Python apps
RAT (Radar Tools) - SAR polarimetry, interferometry, PolInSAR and more
Shaded Relief - ideas and techniques about relief presentation on maps.
PerryGeo Â» GDAL-based DEM utilities
A Free View of the World -- OpenAerialMap
regionator - A collection of Python classes and scripts for KML Region tools.
KML Map Server - turns your UMN MapServer installation in a flexible KML vector and raster data server.
OpenGTS - The Open GPS Tracking System
Panorama, Photo stitching, Image matching, blending, fusionEnblend/Enfuse - combine images with no seams
Hugin - Panorama photo stitcher - based on Panorama Tools
Panini perspective tool | Get Panini perspective tool at SourceForge.net
Photosynth: A global 3D world on your PC! | Laura Foy | Channel 10
fxguide - vfx blog - Art of Optical Flow
Photosynth: A global 3D world on your PC! | Laura Foy | Channel 10
LIDARThis really doesn't belong here, but it does include cool renderings of LIDAR data. Radiohead - House of Cards is entirely made up of visualizations of LIDAR data.... source and data are available for download from google code.
RADIOHEAD / HOUSE OF CARDS - Google Code - making of
They even have a web 3d viewer that you can use to explore the data.
RA DIOHEA_D / HOU SE OF_C ARDS - Google Code - viewer (flash)
Virtual Terrain Project - (uses C++ OSG, wxWidets, GDAL) gathers information and tracks progress in areas such as procedural scene construction, feature extraction, and rendering algorithms.
vtp - Google Code
MIT City Scanning Project
.NET GIS toolsGeotools.Net - is a set of .net class useful when handling geographic information.
SharpMap - Geospatial Application Framework for the CLR - Home - mapping library for use in web and desktop applications.
The Map Guy(de) - great blog with lots of map related info, developer for FDO.
fdotoolbox - Project Hosting on Google Code - FDO Toolbox is an multi-purpose geospatial tool to create, analyse, process and manage spatial data. It is written in C# and uses the Feature Data Objects (FDO) API (http://fdo.osgeo.org)
Linux.com :: Displaying maps with OpenLayersOpenStreetMap - is a free editable map of the whole world. It is made by people like you. OpenStreetMap allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth.
Main Page - OpenStreetMap
Plotting yourself on the map - App Center | MDN franciov/geo
marcoslin/sample-geo-angular - AngularJS version of Geo App by Francesco Iovine.
GeoDjango - A world-class geographic web framework.
GeoDjango Installation — GeoDjango v1.1 documentation
GEOS - Trac - GEOS (Geometry Engine - Open Source) is a C++ port of the Java Topology Suite (JTS). As such, it aims to contain the complete functionality of JTS in C++. This includes all the OpenGIS Simple Features for SQL spatial predicate functions and spatial operators, as well as specific JTS enhanced topology functions.
PDX API - PDXAPI is a JSON API that provides access to geographic and real time data from Portland, OR.
gist: 536970 - loads geocouch datasets and visualizes them on an openlayers map. see it in action at http://pdxapi.com/preview.html- GitHub
SpatiaLite - Sqlite with GIS featuresSpatiaLite download page
Part 1: Getting Started with SpatiaLite: An almost Idiot's Guide
OpenPlans | Helping cities work better.
PLOTS Map Knitter
From Shapefile to GeoJSON - Jim Vallandingham
Visualizing the Racial Divide - Jim Vallandingham - Using d3 and force-directed maps to see the impact of segregation in cities
Making maps in D3 - Google Drive Slides
Let’s Make a Map - D3.js and TopoJSON from the creator of D3 Mike Bostock, who has lots of cool examples.
Cuttlefish: Geographic Visualization Tool - Cuttlefishies produce animated GIFs that reveal the interplay between the diurnal and geographical patterns of displayed data. By showing how the sun's shadow covers the world map, Cuttlefish clearly depicts the time of day at a given geographic region, while moving graphs illustrate the relationship between local time and the visualized events.
evanmiller/ProjCL Crazy-fast map projections and geodesic calculations - ProjCL is a C interface to OpenCL routines that perform various geographic computations, including map projection, geodesic (distance) calculations, and datum conversion. For projection calculations it is several times faster than Proj.4 on the CPU, and could be even faster on a GPU for large batches but I haven't actually done much GPU performance testing. For datum shifts ProjCL is smarter than Proj.4 because it does some matrix math in advance, and generally faster because OpenCL can utilize all cores and the CPU's vector capabilities.
earth wind map - a visualization of global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three hours.cambecc/earth Wind Map
Interactive Stereographic - d3.js & topojson goodness.
GeohashGeohash - Wikipedia written by Labix Blog | by Gustavo Niemeyer
Geohash Intro | Big Fast Blog-so simple and elegant it makes me glad to be a Software Engineer.
TileCache, from MetaCarta Labs - TileStache is a Python-based server application that can serve up map tiles based on rendered geographic data.
TileStache API - TileStache URLs are based on a Google Maps-like scheme:
Google GeoChart, JSON and Perl | Johnny Morano's Blog
Planetary.js: Awesome interactive globes for the web - bower install planetary.js
pycsw • Metadata Publishing Just Got Easier - pycsw is an OGC CSW server implementation written in Python.
More with the GDAL/OGR perl bindings | Contour Line
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