Hi everyone! I'm Joaquin, from Buenos Aires and I am collaborating with the Aerocene project on visualizing flight paths trajectories. We have developed instructions on how to record and visualize a balloon's trajectory that might be of interest to the Public Lab crowd:
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ah! great, thanks Joaquin! that is what I assumed about the red 'signature'! as the height seemed about double the green. my condolences to the blue balloon :) yes @cfastie I remember when i first brought that research note over to the studio in Berlin and everyone got really excited. you've inspired a lot of aerocene work, chris!
It's really good to see these flight trajectories. I think it's an important way to document a flight.
I have not been able to figure out how to make a KML file that displays each segment of a route with a color determined by a variable like temperature or humidity. It would be great to learn how to do that so Google Earth can display our flight trajectories with environmental data. I have lots of data from the SkyPod Data Logger with lat, lon, alt, temp, humidity, and pressure in a csv file with timestamps. Let me know if you figure out how to display one of those variables as colors in Google Earth.