Project Progress in Pictures
Drone Imagery of the Project
- Click here to view video
- Click here to view panorama
- Click link to view map and model of project site
10/14/2021: This link opens a Panorama of the Hudson Project site. You can zoom in and out with the cursor and also move around the 39 Hudson Street Site.
10/14/2021: This link will open a map and model of the 39 Hudson Project site. The page is interactable with zoom controls and a 360-degree view from 300 ft.
9/27/2021: This link shows the most recent digital imagery used for inspection which is collected from high-resolution point cloud imagery and then through a process called stitching creates the 3-D map. Clicking on the tool on the left-hand side allows one to look at Elevations and also to switch to the Map Model that allows one to manipulate the visual representation and to zoom to the point of reference.
9/27/2021: This link shares the site map with all media represented. Here you can click on the camera to show each of 190 images taken to make the map, as well as, two panoramas taken and a video of the site.
08/17/2021: This image is the combined result of 128 separate images. It has two sub versions, Map and Model. Both are zoomable and rotatable. Under the Map version, if you select Elevation, it will provide a color topo map with relative changes in topography. For reference. Elevation 0 was where the drone took off from which is were the pilot and observer are standing in the image. The Model version creates a 3D image of the site using the same 128 images.
08/17/2021: The perspective from about 200’ above the center of site. It is rotatable and zoomable.
08/17/2021: This is the video version. Download and open the media player. This provides a slightly different version of the project site. This is a fixed presentation and as the project goes forward may be a good shareable outreach tool.
08/17/2021: With the project concern about the wetland and stream impact. We took a large number of dedicated lower level images of this area. In an amusing sidebar, we captured a dear and fawn in the area with the mother watching us carefully. These are assembled in a report for ease of viewing, but as separate images, can be zoomed for greater detail.