[Tagging] Which map supports complete bridge rendering
janjko at gmail.com
Tue Oct 1 15:05:37 UTC 2013
I have a feeling f4-group will be the first one to render this data.
They have a great 3D map already, and have added SRTM data recently.
Bridges could be problematic though, because they interact with the
OSM2World is also a project that is quite promising.
2013/10/1 fly <lowflight66 at googlemail.com>
> On 01.10.2013 07:30, Dave Swarthout wrote:
> Hey Dave
> > I'm a total newbie to OSM proposals and discussions like this one so let
> > me apologize in advance for this off topic post.
> First of all, please always start a new thread for a new issue and do
> not reply on a mail about a different one. Otherwise some will even not
> notice you mail cause not everyone is following every thread.
> > I'm still following along but I'm wondering how a person will ever see
> > this sort of detail in a map. I confess I mostly work on OSM so I can
> > get detailed and correct maps for use in a Garmin GPS in the areas I
> > live and work in, Alaska and Thailand primarily. I get all my maps from
> > Lambertus at garmin.openstreetmap.nl <http://garmin.openstreetmap.nl>
> > and while his rendering isn't perfect it serves my purposes well enough.
> Well, you can always make your own map.
> There are already a lot of different services for all kind of data .
> > Can one of you suggest a site where I can see details like those you
> > mention?
> As this list is about tagging you might want to ask your question also
> at talk at osm and/or local mailing lists for the areas.
> Sorry, I do not know one but maybe someone else.
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