Bluff landslides above a beach community
Areas of interest are labeled A through H in the image below. Spherical 360 degree images follow.
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Area F. Image 1 of 2.
Area F. Image 2 of 2.
Area H. Image 1 of 3.
Area H. Image 2 of 3.
Area H. Image 3 of 3.
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Below was not a video made with a drone. It is an animation as though flying around a 3D digital twin (3D model) of the shoreline area, developed from 200+ aerial images. Full Screen mode (lower right) provides more detail.
Satellite imagery recorded in August 2020
A winter orthomosaic, combined with a digital surface model, enables distance and area measurements for mitigation.
Exact match of Aerial Whidbey's Digital Twin (recorded in Winter 2022) to satellite imagery in August 2020.
View of the 3D Digital Twin, focused on a slide area.
Contours indicate current drainage directions
One (1) of 200+ photo images as recorded by the drone at 300 feet above the road. Scroll down for more...
How the area looks when seen in the 2D orthomosaic produced with photogrammetry software
How the area looks when seen from one of almost-infinite possible viewpoints in the 3D digital twin of the area