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12/06/02 07:34 AM
Re: 2D to 3D [re: Susan]Report this article as Inappropriate to us !!!Login to Reply

Your post can be read in two ways.

If you have a DEM and another image that is geographically registered to the DEM, Then you can represent these in #D by using something like ERDAS IMAGINE Virtual GIS or ESRI 3D Analysts.

If you have stereo images, you can triangulate the images and view them in Stereo/3D and extract information in D.

Depends on what you actually mean by your question

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*2D to 3D SusanModerator   08/28/01 04:09 PM
.*Re: 2D to 3D drichers   02/04/04 08:22 AM
.*Re: 2D to 3D MaB   12/06/02 07:34 AM
.*Re: 2D to 3D anaana_21   10/18/03 03:20 PM
.*Re: 2D to 3D crnila   11/19/02 08:03 AM
.*Re: 2D to 3D gator   11/06/01 10:27 PM
.*Re: 2D to 3D cp07091982   08/31/01 07:06 AM
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