The completed map. I need to print it bigger. this one is 120mm x 200mm and as such the detail is pretty low. I can upscale this but need access to a bigger printer.
I struggled for over a month on this and in the end gave up. I phoned a friend. My conundrum was how to get buildings mapped in 3D onto a 3D model of terrain. I found the data for terrain and the data for building heights in the city of Wellington, NZ on this website https://koordinates.com/layer/1431-wellington-city-suburbs/. … Continue reading Taking 3D maps to the next level
As my MindLab journey draws to a close it is timely to reflect on the journey I have undergone. Osterman (1993) states “the intent of reflective practice is to improve the quality of professional performance” and as I hope to improve, I must reflect. Osterman (1993) also states “Reflective practice is a professional development process … Continue reading MindLab Reflections
I have spent part of this year learning to create 3D prints of areas my students study. My key focus so far has been creating a 3D model of our own region. The reason for this is twofold. To work out how it is done To provide us with a possible teaching/learning tool for Level … Continue reading 3D printing a map of the Wairau Valley