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AHN2 pointcloud viewer

A web application able to visualize the AHN2 point cloud data of the Netherlands.

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Cite this software

DOI:

10.5281/zenodo.910447

What AHN2 pointcloud viewer can do for you

  • For all users interested in geo-data that need an intuitive interface to browse this data and / or extract parts of it for other uses, this webGL Pointcloud viewer is the best of the bunch, because it is the only one out there capable of displaying 640 billion points. Geo-scientists, archeologists, spatial planners, biologists or environmentalists performing exploratory analysis of massive LiDAR data sets ('point clouds') composed of billions of points using Potree-powered web-based viewer.
  • Tools to enable interactive web-based visual analytics on massive point clouds.
  • These are the only tools that enable interactive web-based visual analytics on massive point clouds. No other web-based tool can display a point cloud this massive. 640 billion points.
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Programming language
  • JavaScript 86%
  • HTML 11%
  • CSS 3%
License
  • Apache-2.0
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Participating organisations

Delft University of Technology
Fugro
Netherlands eScience Center
Potree

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Contributors

Contact person

Maarten van Meersbergen

Maarten van Meersbergen

Netherlands eScience Center
Mail Maarten
Maarten van Meersbergen
Maarten van Meersbergen
Netherlands eScience Center
OMR
Oscar Martinez Rubi
Netherlands eScience Center
Stefan Verhoeven
Stefan Verhoeven
Netherlands eScience Center

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