LIME can be used to display models with multiple texture layers, such as where different image datasets are integrated. Examples are from hyperspectral imaging, where material mapping results can be overlaid on the photorealistic models. This significantly aids interpretation and verification of results. Texture layers can be combined in a sophisticated manner by blending between overlay layers.
Processed hyperspectral image textured onto photorealistic lidar model. Lines from remote sensing image classification
are projected into the 3D model to give vectors representing different rock types.
Hyperspectral classification added as new texture layer to 3D outcrop model.
Georeferenced image files can be imported and used as base datasets to give your project a context.
Examples are maps, aerial or satellite images and geological maps.