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Brisbane city 3D model aerial view

South-East Queensland

Take a virtual tour of this massive 3D model of Brisbane and The Gold Coast

Flythrough massive models of Brisbane (75mm) and the Gold Coast (25mm) with over 196 billion points of aerial photogrammetry data.

Essential Settings

• Go to Settings > Maps & Elevation, check Keep Camera Above Ground

Recommended Settings

• Go to Maps & Elevation, select Azure Aerial, adjust Map Height to -40.00m, turn on Digital Elevation Model

• Go to Settings > Appearance > Show Camera Information, adjust Move Speed to speed up and slow down

• Go to Visualisation > Display Mode, select Colour, select Skybox Type > Atmosphere, adjust Time of Day to 12.000

Model courtesy of Aerometrex

Mt Fuji 3D model aerial view

Mount Fuji

Explore Japan like never before in this huge point cloud data set.

Explore the countryside, highways, powerplants and harbours of Japan’s Shizuoka prefecture. The 7777 km² model is part of Honshu’s Pacific coast dominated by Mt Fuji. It is created from five datasets of 117 billion points from aerial laser survey.

Recommended Settings

• Go to Maps & Elevation, select Azure Aerial, adjust Map Height to -50.00m, turn on Digital Elevation Model

• Go to Settings > Appearance > Show Camera Information, adjust Move Speed to speed up and slow down

Dataset licenced under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0. Model provided by Kimoto Group & Japan PCDB

Underground Mine

Go underground and explore the mine caverns with amazing detail

Explore over one billion points of terrestrial laser scan data of the underground workings of a mine located 2000 metres below the remote Western Australian desert.

Recommended Settings

• Go to Maps > Elevation, select ESRI WorldImagery

• Go to Settings > Appearance > Show Camera Information, adjust Move Speed to 30.000m/s

• Go to Visualisation > Display Mode, select Colour and adjust colour to black

Model provided by IGO

High altitude image of the Great Barrier Reef 3d model

The Great Barrier Reef

Fly, and swim, through our massive 3D project of the entire Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef (GBR) is the largest coral reef ecosystem on Earth and stretches over 2500 km along the north-eastern Australia margin. Bathymetry mapping of this extensive reef system is vital for the protection of the GBR allowing for the safe navigation of shipping and improved environmental management.

This dataset contains bathymetry (depth) products from the compilation of all available source bathymetry data within the Great Barrier Reef into a 30 m resolution Digital Elevation Model (DEM). It contains approximate 770 million points and was originally provided as a 25GB ASC file.

For over a decade (until 2017), deep-water multibeam surveys have revealed the highly complex shelf-edge drowned reefs and continental slope canyons. Airborne LiDAR bathymetry acquired by the Australian Hydrographic Service cover most of the GBR reefs, with coverage gaps supplemented by satellite derived bathymetry.

All source bathymetry data were extensively edited as point clouds to remove noise, given a consistent WGS84 horizontal datum, and where possible, an approximate MSL vertical datum.

Recommended Settings

• Go to Maps & Elevation, select Azure Aerial, adjust Map Height to -500.00m, turn off Digital Elevation Model

• Go to Settings > Appearance > Show Camera Information, adjust Move Speed to speed up and slow down

• Go to Visualisation > Display Mode, toggle between Skybox Type > Atmosphere and Colour, adjust Field Of View

Render from udStream using custom settings on the “High-resolution depth model for the Great Barrier Reef – 30 m”. Beaman, R.J. 2017. Geoscience Australia, Canberra.

These general tips will fast-track your navigation and overall experience

Tip #1: Scene Explorer

Contains pre-saved project waypoints. Double-click waypoints to go to and you can add your own.

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Tip #2: Map Settings

Change the depth and opacity of the base map to reveal the model details.

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Tip #3: Visualisation Settings

Tweaks the overall look and details, experiment with the Camera Lens (fov) and toggle Enable Edge Highlighting.

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Tip #4: Lock Altitude

Toggle your altitude height – locked is great for exploring large areas, unlock to dive in or out.

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Tip #5: Settings

Appearance > Show Camera Information and adjust Move Speed. Combine with W, A, S, D keys for a smooth fly-through experience.

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