aerial perspective


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aerial perspective

[′e·rē·əl pər′spek·tiv]
(optics)
The effect produced by diffusion of light in the atmosphere whereby more distant objects have less clarity of outline and are lighter in tone.
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Due to the limitations of that first person-view, however, Sly Fox Mission 22 was tasked with integrating WASP with a UAV to add an aerial perspective.
The landscape includes traditional Aboriginal rock paintings, which often use an aerial perspective to depict creation events connected to that specific place and to the ancestors who lived there.
"Autodesk is now utilising drones to help design and develop maps from an aerial perspective. In hindsight, a drone can capture an aerial perspective of a building, then Autodesk ReCap 360 can stitch the images together to form a 3D model, capturing the building's exterior clearly," he adds.
Many of them survive today, including geographic sketches of the entire Piombino coastline, "The Arno River and its Watersheads" with its extraordinary aerial perspective, showing the river, with its vein-like tributaries and intricate drainage patterns curving its way through the mountains near Pisa down to the marshlands of the Chiana Valley and one of the "City of Imola." The unprecedented accuracy of this first ichnographic map, based on his odometer readings, was critical, as Imola was an important military base.
But limiting ourselves to learning can only let us view history from an aerial perspective. We get to be familiar with significant names and iconic places where important events took place, but we sometimes fail to consider the experiences of those who lived through these times.
Because of the aerial perspective, symbolism and storytelling that is prevalent in Aboriginal art, there are many meanings that can be uncovered during a critique.
Past work has taken an aerial perspective, with reclining figures seen from above.
No longer did the aerial perspective dominate thoughts about the future of the (growing) metropolitan cities; instead there were sophisticated, quasi-scientific diagrams, grids, urban tissues and networks.
Accompanied by a group of photographic tourists, Peter controlled the drone remotely giving viewers an amazing aerial perspective of the remote wilderness.
"From an aerial perspective, the airport looked like a hexagon," she says.
Now, with its free Images of Change iPad app and online gallery, NASA makes the aerial perspective available to all, with results both stunning and disturbing.
Five helicopters will film the action from an aerial perspective and 15 additional cameras have been rigged on towers.