Aerial images, taken where you need them, when you need them, are powerful tools! Imagine being able to gather your own aerial images and build your own maps. With Public Lab's DIY aerial mapping tools you can! Join Public Lab organizer and Fulbright-Nat Geo researcher Ann Chen on Saturday, January 31st at Ecotrust at The AMP with Public Lab's training on DIY Aerial Photography and Mapping. We will be mapping Crab Park on the Burrard Inlet.
- Learn to collect aerial images using kites.
- Use and explore with the Public Lab Infragram, collecting near-infrared aerial images.
- Build your own maps with images you collect using Public Lab's Open Source mapknitter.org.
Saturday, January 31st, 11am - 3pm at EcoTrust, 90-425 Carrall Street (Meet in front of the building)
Pack a lunch if you plan on staying for the entire workshop.
What to Bring: (Optional)
- Point and Shoot Camera
- PET plastic juice or soda container, 64 oz or 2 liter plastic bottle
- Gardening or work gloves (to protect your hands when handling the kite reel)@49.2851181,-123.1028312,1662m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x0000000000000000:0xe3c9e3e25b22ecf2">