FOSS GIS and cartography/dataviz enthusiast, tinkerer, (Q)GIS developer and consultant at WhereGroup with a history in OSM editing, geodesy, geoinformatics, cartography, research and teaching, data analysis and consulting.
The free and open-source GIS application QGIS offers a wide range of visualisation and export options. By the use of plugins one can extent these capabilities in many ways. In this workshop you will learn how trajectories, like movement recordings of humans, animals or machinery, can be turned into interactive 3D visualisations and presented online with QGIS.
The free plugin qgis2threejs provides most of these possibilities with a focus on web export, and will be the main driver of this workshop. Optionally, if the participants wish to, we will take a brief look at the pros and cons of QGIS' native 3D view as well.
Example data will be provided. You are invited to bring your own tracks (GPX or in any other standard format that QGIS can read) to the workshop! We will download additional data for elevation, a basemap and contextual features during the workshop from open data sources.
Don't forget to register before we run out of tickets!