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Posts by Edwardov

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Topic: AI and Underground Monitoring
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 19/10/2020 21:07:28   Subject: AI and Underground Monitoring
Hi all,

Thought I'd ask knowledgeable individuals who might know where to find some data.

In my day job I use AI to solve a variety of problems, and I dabble in personal projects
Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 14/10/2020 08:22:27   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
[quote="caver1"][url]https://www.google.com/maps/@37.7049778,-6.584394,4614m/data=!3m1!1e3[/url]
Rio Tinto mine in Spain?[/quote]

Rio Tinto

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Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 13/10/2020 08:19:10   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
[quote="alex17595"]No idea if the data is there but how about Berkerly pit in Butte, Montana?[/quote]

Only 10m resolution compared to the 1m resolution data for all of the others, so the qu
Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 13/10/2020 08:17:54   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
[quote="bageo"]Superpit in Aus sounds good, another alternative for a town mostly surrounding a pit is

Waihi, NZ
A lidar survey was carried out in 2018 (for Waihi gold) but I'm not sur
Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 12/10/2020 15:01:03   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
[quote="Pete Monkhouse"]Fabulous images! :)
Blaneau Ffestiniog?[/quote]

Blaneau Ffestiniog looks beautiful in the (simulated) sunshine!

I'll do some addition close-up render
Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 12/10/2020 13:31:53   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
[quote="pwhole"]I'm loving the 'apocalyptic' lighting - as though the biggest hurricane in history is about to hit. Really nice - thanks for sharing these.

A nice one for us Derbyshire typ
Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 12/10/2020 13:28:41   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
[quote="Little Green Frog"]If looking overseas then the Super Pit in Kalgoorlie is pretty impressive and the Mt Whaleback iron ore mine is massive, both in Western Australia.[/quote]

I had
Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 12/10/2020 11:23:54   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
Slowly working through the suggestions where data exist.

[quote="rak"]Cornwall's China Clay pits?[/quote]

Cocksbarrow clay pit in Cornwall.

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Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 12/10/2020 07:21:51   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
Thanks for the suggestions so far!

Here is Parys Mountain

[link]121375[linkphoto]121375[/linkphoto][/link]
Topic: Looking for impressive workings
Edwardov

Forum: General Chat   Posted: 11/10/2020 20:56:45   Subject: Looking for impressive workings
So I have been experimenting producing 3D renders of various workings from imagery and topography data and I'm now looking for other impressive candidates from around the world. Any good ones lurking
Topic: Dinorwic - Snakes Ladders and Tunnels - (3D)
Edwardov

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 05/09/2020 22:19:34   Subject: Dinorwic - Snakes Ladders and Tunnels - (3D)
After a few rather scary trips, here is a 3D model of the route made from lidar data and Google imagery (still fuzzy on some areas). Unfortunately sketchfab has a filesize limit so I had to severely r
Topic: Parc Lead Mine - 3D
Edwardov

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 22/06/2020 09:25:59   Subject: Parc Lead Mine - 3D
For work I mainly used ESRI products but at home I only use QGIS which can be just as good if not better for some things.

Sketchfab takes .gltf files which QGIS2threejs can export to. Just
Topic: Parc Lead Mine - 3D
Edwardov

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 22/06/2020 07:51:13   Subject: Parc Lead Mine - 3D
The data either came from notes on historical paper surveys or myself.

Essentially I geo-referenced the survey in space using surface and underground features, and then used altitude measur
Topic: Cults Limestone Mine - 3D
Edwardov

Forum: Scotland   Posted: 20/06/2020 18:42:04   Subject: Cults Limestone Mine - 3D
https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/cults-limestone-mine-d28f58e651394bb29e819b14848dd81d
Topic: Wrysgan Slate Mine - 3D
Edwardov

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 20/06/2020 18:41:33   Subject: Wrysgan Slate Mine - 3D
https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/wrysgan-slate-mine-7810e7ff118a476daac2ec3816881eb4
Topic: Parc Lead Mine - 3D
Edwardov

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 20/06/2020 18:41:06   Subject: Parc Lead Mine - 3D
https://sketchfab.com/3d-models/parc-lead-mine-4759a23abbff454c8c682ff9b02ba111
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