Photo Interpretation (Visual). Overview. Data that can be derived from Aerial Photo Photo interpretation (Visual) Difference Examples of Difference Interpretive elements 3D Types of interpretation Guides to interpretation Summary of Photo Interpretation.
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3D analysis enables users to create, analyse, and display surface data, which is important in many applications in the urban areas, for example, road, canal, dam, and simulation of air and water pollution. 3D data can be extracted from aerial photo directly (stereoplotters) which allow Photorealistic presentation with possibilities for navigation through the 3D city model (fly through) and animate on-screen designs
Tracing socio-economic and physical pattern of urban development overt space and time is a key element for heritage and future development. Historical aerial photographs imagery can be classified and integrated with GIS to show the historical development of a city