The Virtual Outcrop Geology Group is a collaboration between NORCE (Norwegian Research Centre), Bergen, Norway, and the University of Aberdeen, UK. The group was established in 2004 and focuses on the study of geological outcrops to address reservoir related challenges, and specializes in the acquisition of outcrop data using novel collection techniques such as laser scanning (lab, terrestrial and helicopter-based), photogrammetry (across the scales: lab, ground, UAVs and boats) and focus on novel means of processing, visualising and extracting information to fully exploit the methods in research and industry...

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Latest News

8th. Apr, 20
Seds Online webinar 08/04/2020 @16:00 BST

John will give a webinar for Seds Online today, on the use of virtual outcrops and virtual field trips during this period of global lockdown...

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8th. Apr, 20
LIME v2 is here

We are happy to announce the release of v2 of our LIME interpretation, visualisation and communication software!

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24th. Mar, 20
V3Geo: Virtual 3D Geoscience

Over the last few years, we have been busy pushing forward with a series of developments that we think will dramatically increase adoption of 3D models in geology and geoscience...

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