W.I.P. Circuit Mont-Tremblant (St-Jovite) 1969

Discussion in 'Tracks' started by Patrice COte, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. Johnr777

    Johnr777 Moderator

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    That looks like some pretty damn good quality data there !
     
  3. maruto

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    @Johnr777 I am really interested in extracting the lidar data from the site you mentioned https://www.foretouverte.gouv.qc.ca/. Is there any other way to convert the TIF format into point cloud? Global mapper is really expensive just to convert a TIF file to LAS, and the trial version last only 14 days....
    How do you manage this?
     
  4. fughettaboutit

    fughettaboutit aka leBluem

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    I'm still interested in the method John uses as like me he's a 3dsmax user...
     
  6. Patrice COte

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    Point distance varies, it's typically between 0.2 to 0.5m. Officially they promise a minimum of 2.5 pts/m^2, I see lots more.

    @Johnr777 I agree it's useful for sure, but to a certain extent. Already looks 10 times better than the old DEM data I used for the terrain, so yeah it can be a very good base.

    EDIT: @Johnr777 I checked out the 10m terrain. It's still 3.1 milllions tris !!!! Thanks!
     
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