Monochromatic/Hillshade Displays in LP360

We have added a new monochromatic display mode in LP360 as well as rearranged the hillshade options to a more logical arrangement. A monochromatic display is just what it implies – a solid, single color display of all points regardless of attributes such as class or return number.  This mode of display is ideal for…

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Download Image Layers from Reckon

In addition to viewing orthos and other image layers in Reckon, users also have the option to download the layer to a local drive.  The following steps describe the process for downloading an image layer from Reckon. Step 1 – User requests an image. In the Table of Contents, left click on desired image layer. Left…

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How Hillshade works in LP360

Hillshading is a way to determine the hypothetical illumination of a surface based on a given light source position in the sky. Positions on the terrain that are most exposed to the light source have high illumination or brightness values, whereas terrain positions that are hidden or protected from the light source have low to…

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Macro QC before Micro QC

In order to minimize the amount of effort required for performing quality control on data it is best to run macro-level control checks to quickly assess whether to invest the labor in micro-level quality assessments. Hillshade images can be used as part of a quick quality control analysis by providing an overview perspective on the…

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