B E Z I T O P O
- The new program sitecheck reads a TIN and shows the elevation at the mouse pointer. It is intended for use in a GPS system which you can walk around with and check a TIN against the terrain it represents, but does not yet have an interface to any GPS receiver.
- Clotilde now uses an improved method of approximating a spiralarc with circular arcs.
eGPS parking lot
The dense TIN at the bottom is photogrammetric artifacts of shadows of pine trees. Two cars were removed from the point cloud.
Closeup of storm drain
Parking lot in PerfectTIN
This is the same TIN in PerfectTIN, which generated it from a point cloud, including some empty triangles that were deleted when exporting and do not appear in SiteCheck.
Requires CMake 3.1.0 or later, Qt 5.x, and a C++ compiler that supports C++11.
DragonFly BSD: It works on 5.5.0.
Debian and derivatives: Jessie or later. See /etc/debian_version . Ubuntu Bionic's Debian version is Buster.
Release build status
- Ubuntu Bionic x86_64: It builds and works well.
- DragonFly BSD 5.5.0 x86_64: It builds and works well.
- Windows 10: It builds and works well.
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