LIME allows heavy customisation of the visual properties of each model or object in the 3D scene, allowing you to carefully design and prepare your presentation output. Examples are changing the brightness and contrast of textures in 3D photorealistic models and displaying 3D surface properties (e.g. elevation, orientation, contours) using colour ramps and textures.
Digital outcrop model acquired using photogrammetry, with texture contrast enhanced from image capture conditions (Data from SAFARI).
Triangle mesh of excavated rabbit warren, captured using close range laser scanner, and coloured by elevation.
Heli-lidar model from Spitsbergen, Norway, coloured by dip and dip direction colour wheel, allowing terrain surface orientations to be visualised.