[gdal-dev] New OGR driver: Imageset (Tamas Szekeres)
szekerest at gmail.com
Mon Jul 23 13:49:11 PDT 2012
Thanks for the input, I'm still thinking whether an offline or an online
solution would be more sufficient. OGR driver would somewhat be simple even
if it's used to convert the data source to shapefile directly (ogr2ogr).
Scripting requires the user to set up further environments (Python, C# Java
whatever) which is more complicated to utilize in most cases.
2012/7/23 Daniel Clewley <daniel.clewley at gmail.com>
> Hi Tamas,
> Sounds like a great idea. I don't know if it's of use but I recently put
> together a python script to create KMZ files of geotagged photos using the
> Python Imaging Library to read EXIF data. It also exports a list of photos
> and coordinates as a CSV file, for loading into a GIS. You could use OGR to
> output a vector data source instead.
> The script can be downloaded from here:
> On Mon, 23 Jul 2012 09:51:14 +0200, Tamas Szekeres wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > We're thinking about implementing a new OGR driver which would
> > represent a set of images as a vector data source. The images are
> > taken from any GPS compatible mobile device, and each picture would be
> > represented as a point feature, the positions would be extracted from
> > the exif information. The file name and path would be provided as an
> > attribute for each feature. This data source could then be used by
> > higher level apps to provide symbols at the picture locations in the
> > map and display the picture when the feature is selected. The driver
> > would definitely use GDAL to extract information about the provided
> > images.
> > I'm not sure whether we already have some kind of alternative solution
> > to this, let me know if you know about any. Further ideas about this
> > topic would also be helpful.
> > Best regards,
> > Tamas
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