Inundation videos.

Started by cyphyr, February 12, 2014, 02:27:21 pm

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cyphyr

What with the current floods in the UK and Somerset, I thought I'd have a go at some animations to show the effects of sea level rise.

The first is the Somerset levels and the second is the Town of Glastonbury.  Both with a sea level rise of 21m (can't remember where I got that figure from, it was one of the more conservative "what if it all melts" sites).
The second also  uses georeferanced satellite imagery from Terragen's upcoming 3.1 update. (coming to a render node near you soon!)

Somerset Levels 21m Sea Level Rise
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Glastonbury 21m Sea Level Rise
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Both were pretty quick to render, about 12min a frame.





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Oshyan

Nice stuff, particularly the Glastonbury one. Glad to see you're making good use of the georeferenced image map node. We've posted about this on Facebook, G+, and Twitter. :)

- Oshyan

Dune

Yeah, second one is really nice. Well, nice.... let's say interesting and very well done!

Google imagary?

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