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<h2>Want to design a 3D plan to create a recreational park, a tree climbing course, a house?</h2>
<li>Do you need a preliminary draft of a terrain to draw 3-dimensional plans and make your dream come true?</li>
<li>You do not have the means or the desire to call on professionals and want to take the measurements by yourself?</li>
<li>Discover a simple <strong>step-by-step,</strong>, which will allow you to take the necessary steps: you will need a <strong>compass </strong>, a <strong>clinometer </strong><strong> and a some material.</strong></li>
<li>You will learn how to use the <strong>SketchUp Make</strong> software basic functions in order to create a <strong>cloud of points</strong> and <strong>a terrain with textures</strong> for an <strong>optimal 3D optimal rendering</strong>.</li>
<li>Discover easy and cheap little books that will <strong>help you bring Nature into your daily life!</strong></li>
<strong>We have more than a decade of experience </strong> in the design and construction of acrobatic tree climbing structures. <strong>We have developed</strong> a simple method that will allow you to get good quality 3D plans :-)
<strong>We want to share with you</strong> our useful knowledge and tips that will help you <strong>make significant savings</strong>.
<strong>You will discover </strong> useful little handbooks, always at your fingertips in your smartphone :-)
<h2>N°10 - Mapping a forest or a land</h2>
In this issue we will see how to map trees or stakes spread over a sloping terrain and transcribe this "cloud of points" on a free 3D modeling software.
<h2>What will you find within this "eGuide Nature"?</h2>
<li>Notions of geometry and polar coordinates</li>
<li>List of needed equipment</li>
<li>Complete methodology (illustrations and tables)</li>
<li>Introduction to using the SketchUp software</li>
<li>Creating simple textures</li>
So, are you ready to map your land by yourself?
Cristina & Olivier Rebiere
bound: 119 pages
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