Kite Mapping

Kite mapping is similar to balloon mapping, but uses kites to lift cameras to take aerial photographs. With kites and a 5-20 mph wind, many of the objectives of balloon mapping are possible without helium or balloons. If you want to map a site with consistent winds, you may be in luck!

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Palantier: impressive image stitching for UAVs and kites

by warren over 6 years ago | 5 | 6,611 | 0

Mark Willis sez: Palentier is an Open Source software that was...

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Some amazing kite aerial thermal photography from West Lothian Archeology

by warren over 6 years ago | 0 | 3,056 | 0

http://www.armadale.org.uk/phototech06.htm The system is built around a waterproof 320 x 240...

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Using an el Camino to reel in a giant kite

by warren about 7 years ago | 0 | 1,917 | 2

Citation (via Mathew Lippincott): **THE USE OF STATE-OF-THE-ART KITES FOR PROFILING THE LOWER ...

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Tyvek Fleds, Theoretical & Actual Performance

by mathew about 7 years ago | 1 | 18 | 0

I've built a series of three Fled Kites out of Tyvek housewrap and bamboo. The most recent I bui...

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Western Carolina University students map on the SC Coast

by Adam-Griffith over 7 years ago | 0 | 16 | 0

During the first w...

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