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    Just got signed on today and loving it! I wanted to make a map of middle earth for Doming12.com...which is a gaming Risk site that is free...thought what about LOTR copy rights?
    Can you help? I made the map and the site says they are afraid of getting sued. I don't know the rules.
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    Thanks for the Rep, much ppreciated!
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    Thanks for the rep for Street of Dreams
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    Thanks for the vote!
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    Thanks a million for the rep - very observant
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    Thanks for the vote Redrobes
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    Thanks for the vote
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    Thanks for your vote on the lite challenge!
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    Hiya Redrobes,

    Didn't want to ninja the thread but you mentioned you play networked XBox ... I too am an avid XBoxer, what types of games do you play? I'm always up for some multiplayer Left4Dead2, RockBand, and have several other multiplayer games (though I'm not into the type where X number of players go into a fixed map and try to shoot each other, I get bored too quickly). If your tastes are compatible, I'll PM ya with my gamertag and you can friend or not as you prefer
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    Hi! ^^ You said to let you know if I have any works in progress, and indeed I do, my map for my story which requires now only name labels.
    Here is my post!
    http://www.cartographersguild.com/sh...etailed-map%29

    Let me know what you think ^^
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About Redrobes

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About Redrobes
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I write Viewingdale, a virtual table top & GeoTerSys 3D terrain mapping system.
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England
Interests:
Writing mapping apps !
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Programmer
Software Used:
ViewingDale, GeoTerSys, PSP, Imagemagick & perlmagick, GnuMake, & many of my own little tools.

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Stitching points into a model using MeshLab

by Redrobes on 02-04-2011 at 09:20 AM
Ok so we have the points, lets make a mesh - a polygon model of the building. In MeshLab clean up some of the stray points. You can do that by selecting points and deleting them. The selection icon is the one with three dots and the cursor arrow. Click that and drag out a box over some points and they turn red to show they are selected. The delete is on the far right which is the three dots and a triangle with a big X through it.

Once you have the vertices for the building without

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Updated 02-04-2011 at 09:26 AM by Redrobes

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More Insight3D and point extraction.

by Redrobes on 12-06-2010 at 04:12 PM
So you have run the app and got the model out and extracted the text file of points which should look like this...





and this...


Code:
11.533901 6.104121 9.604865 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000
0.953364 -2.537618 10.625220 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000
11.532170 6.103600 9.600652 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000

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Updated 12-06-2010 at 04:40 PM by Redrobes

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Insight3D

by Redrobes on 12-01-2010 at 02:44 PM
So this Insight3D is a gem of an app. You can find it here:

http://insight3d.sourceforge.net/

As stated on the page "it hopes to be "Photosynth + Canoma". Or "boujou + Imagemodeler". But it's also free and opensource (GNU AGPL 3)" - ok thats me sold then... Its not quite up to the mentioned apps but its heading in the right direction and seemed very stable to me. At this point its not super user interface easy but once you have run it through a few times then its not

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My blog about some extreme 3D stuff

by Redrobes on 12-01-2010 at 01:29 PM
I thought I would start a blog about some tech stuff that I have mentioned in the past on various posts but I thought it would be better if I brought it all together. I don't expect that this will be relevant to many people but I am forever surprised by the few who do post in some amazing related links to the bizarre stuff that I post sometimes and these make it all the more worthwhile. I think within these posts will be some gems and some of it will seem a little extreme now but in a few months

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  1. xoxos
    xoxos liked post by Redrobes On thread : hot to learn 3d?
    Yeah you need GL2.0 for any chance of using programmable shaders but newer is better naturally. If you need a demo and look at the source code then you can steal my effort. I just did this to see how...
    Liked On: 09-16-2014, 09:37 PM
  2. xoxos
    xoxos liked post by Redrobes On thread : hot to learn 3d?
    Yeah, getting one pixel drawn or one triangle up on a screen can be hard going and changes between different OS's and whatever API they have to offer. But once you have something - like WebGL - going...
    Liked On: 09-14-2014, 11:12 PM
  3. Falconius
    Falconius liked post by Redrobes On thread : CWBP 2: World Map construction thread
    For info, with the image posted at the top of the thread and world size specified, then the scale of the map at Y pixel positions are as follows: At north pole there is no scale. Y=125, ...
    Liked On: 08-31-2014, 02:36 PM
  4. Tracker
    Tracker liked post by Redrobes On thread : The internet map
    Not sure how useful this map is but its a good guide to how relatively large web sites are comparatively. The Internet map (http://internet-map.net/#12-145.56457169197807-96.6414926447732)
    Liked On: 05-23-2014, 06:43 AM
  5. Schwarzkreuz
    Schwarzkreuz liked post by Redrobes On thread : London Mapping
    Been spending a few mins on this site looking at london maps distorted by economic and social weightings. Its quite an interesting way of showing the data. Londonmapper...
    Liked On: 05-15-2014, 07:15 PM
  6. Ilanthar
    Ilanthar liked post by Redrobes On thread : The internet map
    Not sure how useful this map is but its a good guide to how relatively large web sites are comparatively. The Internet map (http://internet-map.net/#12-145.56457169197807-96.6414926447732)
    Liked On: 05-13-2014, 04:44 AM
  7. feanaaro
    feanaaro liked post by Redrobes On thread : The internet map
    Not sure how useful this map is but its a good guide to how relatively large web sites are comparatively. The Internet map (http://internet-map.net/#12-145.56457169197807-96.6414926447732)
    Liked On: 05-12-2014, 04:37 PM
  8. Francissimo
    Francissimo liked post by Redrobes On thread : The internet map
    Not sure how useful this map is but its a good guide to how relatively large web sites are comparatively. The Internet map (http://internet-map.net/#12-145.56457169197807-96.6414926447732)
    Liked On: 05-12-2014, 01:26 PM
  9. Azelor
    Azelor liked post by Redrobes On thread : The internet map
    Not sure how useful this map is but its a good guide to how relatively large web sites are comparatively. The Internet map (http://internet-map.net/#12-145.56457169197807-96.6414926447732)
    Liked On: 05-12-2014, 01:05 PM
  10. Azelor
    Azelor liked post by Redrobes On thread : London Mapping
    Been spending a few mins on this site looking at london maps distorted by economic and social weightings. Its quite an interesting way of showing the data. Londonmapper...
    Liked On: 05-11-2014, 12:32 PM
  11. groovey
    groovey liked post by Redrobes On thread : How to get your rivers in the right place
    We have had so much talk on this subject and so many maps fail this point that there is a River Police badge now for officers of the CGuild to catch miscreants in the process of making a map with...
    Liked On: 04-30-2014, 03:57 AM
  12. Ryan K
    Ryan K liked post by Redrobes On thread : How to get your rivers in the right place
    We have had so much talk on this subject and so many maps fail this point that there is a River Police badge now for officers of the CGuild to catch miscreants in the process of making a map with...
    Liked On: 04-21-2014, 07:29 PM
  13. JefBT
    JefBT liked post by Redrobes On thread : Norse Churches in 3D
    Exquisite ! Wonderful ! Bravo :)
    Liked On: 04-07-2014, 11:12 AM
  14. JefBT
    JefBT liked post by Redrobes On thread : How to get your rivers in the right place
    Hi Caenwyr, that software was my own and its unreleased. Its a total PITA to use and it has no GUI so it would be a problem releasing it. However, there is Wilbur which is written by another member...
    Liked On: 04-07-2014, 10:28 AM
  15. JefBT
    JefBT liked post by Redrobes On thread : How to get your rivers in the right place
    We have had so much talk on this subject and so many maps fail this point that there is a River Police badge now for officers of the CGuild to catch miscreants in the process of making a map with...
    Liked On: 04-07-2014, 09:45 AM
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