Castle in the sky , BittyuuMatsuyama, Okayama, Japan
We would be very interested in this image dataset. Would you like to share your images to us, so that we can use them as a demo dataset for our new product Pix4Dreact for Emergency Response? We can keep in touch by email for more details.
Paradise Cove, Jamaica.
Images captured February 2019.
Credit: Kevin McLemore
So far, we have already 22 countries represented in 5 continents! It is really cool! Keep on posting!
I took this shot this past spring over the Narraguagus River in Milbridge, Maine, USA, as part of a soil erosion study. The overall ortho was an interesting process, as it contained large quantities of water that didn’t want to cooperate! To my surprise, I captured an interesting shipwreck.
All of you submitted such beautiful photos. I decided to go a different route. This photo of a landfill is titled Waste. It highlights the enormous amount of waste that humans generate and underscores the need for recycling.
Macuaca Cove at Tayrona National Natural Park, our scientific interest about the sedimentary terraces take us to this beautiful area unknown for many tourist that visit the protected area. Images taken with a DJI Phantom 4 Pro in manual mode, credits to @costerocolombia and @invemarcolombia.
Binghamton University, New York, USA, Environmental Visualization ENVI 306 class photo. Training the next generation of sUAS pilots & having fun too!
I will share the data sets through google drive.
Let’s stay in touch by email.
This is a mapping we did in the Lofoten archipelago, Norway, the towns name is Henningsvær. Original image size is 41670x24177 pixels. You can also see the famous football field. Please credit us as Romvesen AS, @romvesen.as on Instagram.
This shot was taken while mapping a coal mining site in Wise County, Virginia. This picture offers a combination of colors from coal, dirt, gravel, and minerals all intertwined from tiny channels of water. The scenery is complimented with two coal trucks idling with other equipment.
Please credit @virginiaaerobots
A photo of the flood in Turkey
Road destroyed and a shepherd dog was waiting for its sheep on the opposite shore.
This photo was taken with Phantom 3 Pro.
In 2018, the Aegean colorful coast in Turkey.
The white dots in the pond are flamingos.
This photo was taken with Sensefly eBee.
The picture is 3D model of Istanbul Technical University produced with Pix4D.
This campus project is called itu3bee.
Please credit me as @ssemihakay and @itu3bee if you post this on instagram