For people who take low-altitude aerial images, you may have discovered that if you want to georeference your photos, you know you need some kind of control points, but the commercially available targets are not only cheap plastic, but they are just too big! The good news is, it’s pretty easy to make your own. Last year, I wrote up some directions for the Public Laboratory for Open Technology & Science. Check it out. Science + Sewing = Awesome!
December 16, 2011
Ground Control Point Targets | publiclaboratory.org
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