LIME used in Stromboli volcano mapping

LIME features in a nice documentary from our long-term colleagues at the University of Aberdeen and University of Oslo. Here, scientists are using unmanned aerial vehicles equipped with regular and thermal cameras to map and create 3D models of the volcano Stromboli. Using photogrammetric modelling from the thermal imagery (check out the ground control;-)) allows the topography of the crater to be measured, even in the presence of steam.

LIME for Stromboli visualisation.

LIME is used for simultaneously visualising the textured thermal 3D model and conventional surface model.

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