The orthomosaic image provides the optical surface reflectance of the land surface at mid-day low-tide on 12-13 July, 2017 in the Charles Point study area. It was one of three products created to demonstrate the use of structure-from-motion for coastal research and to provide a means to test land cover classification from high-resolution imagery.
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|Data format:||Orthomosaic (each band is an 8-bit unsigned integer) in GeoTIFF image format at 0.025 meter resolution, world file and the associated metadata. in format GeoTIFF (version Agisoft Photoscan Professional v. 1.3.2 GeoTIFF) 32-bit RBGA GeoTIFF Size: 1464|
To utilize these data an image processing or GIS software package capable of viewing a GeoTIFF image is necessary.