[OSM-dev] Relief Maps
steve at asklater.com
Tue Jun 26 17:53:36 BST 2007
Oh and something someone told me - yahoo's cartography doesn't go
down all the way to maximum zoom, not because of the data or
anything, but the extra complexity in the images makes them much
bigger and the disk space gets out of hand.
On 26 Jun 2007, at 17:23, Steve Coast 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,
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