Monthly Archives: May 2011

GoGeo gets a make-over

If you are reading this then there is a good chance that you will have noticed that GoGeo has had a make-over. This was long overdue and the GoGeo team think the new look makes it easier to find resources … Continue reading

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New tools added to Digimap

A raft of updates have been applied to Digimap ROAM run by EDINA at the University of Edinburgh.  The main two features that have been added are Annotation and Measuring Tools. Measuring Tools Users can now measure distances and calculate … Continue reading

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Stereoscopy helped win WWII

A nice article on the BBC Website about the use of Stereoscopy in the Second World War.  While the technique was generally used to help draw contours onto vertical images, the war-time effort employed stereoscopy to identify vertical structures that … Continue reading

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