Hidden Earth 2023
Thoughts on the future of 2D Cave Surveying
30 minute Lecture|Rostam Namaghi
This is a summary of several discussions at the Cave Surveying Group meetings that might be of interest to cavers in general.
Surveys are a 2D solution to a 3D problem and in an era where 3D scanning is becoming more and more accessible people are pushing to change the way we read and access surveys. This lecture will summarise some of the developments and how we can integrate 2D and 3D formats, as well as discuss the more practical impacts on caving projects and expeditions over the next 20 to 30 years.
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