[OSM-dev] Relief Maps
badhill at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 17:40:00 BST 2007
You could use this information to annotate the cartographic map with
elevation information, making it a three-dimensional map. Points could be
tagged with an elevation, and segments or ways could have associated
elevation profiles. I'm personally interested in this, as I'd like to build
a bicycle trip-planning application on top of the OSM.
What's Yahoo's new effort?
On 6/26/07, Steve Coast <steve at asklater.com> wrote:
> Looks awsome, I think the best way forward is to get on our dev list and
> chat to others like artem and nick who have looked at or worked with srtm in
> the past, it would be awsome to see this stuff on OSM where it makes sense
> cartographically (a-la yahoos new efforts for example).
> On 26 Jun 2007, at 12:02, Hans Braxmeier wrote:
> Hello Steve,
> I am a student at the University
> of Ulm in Germany. Together with
> some friends we have developed
> a program to render world wide
> relief maps based on srtm data.
> An example application can be
> found on www.geolabels.com.
> Are these maps useful for the
> openstreetmap project?
> It would be nice to hear from you.
> Greetings Hans Braxmeier
> Abteilungen SAI
> und Stochastik
> Universität Ulm
> Helmholtzstr. 18
> Raum E22
> have fun,
> SteveC | steve at asklater.com | http://www.asklater.com/steve/
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