Oh I had all the information but it was my patience that was limited. It was hogging up my poor laptop generating all of these DAGs – and the spreadsheets and databases were pretty big too – and I realized that I simply didn’t have the computer power to stitch them all together into a single photo in order to do a video tour, which was my final goal.

Oh I had all the information but it was my patience that was limited. It was hogging up my poor laptop generating all of these DAGs – and the spreadsheets and databases were pretty big too – and I realized that I simply didn’t have the computer power to stitch them all together into a single photo in order to do a video tour, which was my final goal.

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The right way to do this would be to chop them up into tiles and somehow get them into a geospatial information system which can handle this amount of stitched graphics.

I followed that route for a bit with what I’d generated so far but it was more complicated than I’d envisioned, as these things are geared towards earth coordinate systems and such and I’d have to have had created 3 or 4 different “zooms” of each tile.

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but I really was over my head with this poor laptop. Those that have since accomplished what I set out to do have amazingly beautiful products.

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https://wiki.polyfra.me/ Oh, this is beautiful. Yeah, this is what I was eventually shooting for. I can’t complain. I went as far as I could. I’m glad others did the same and could complete it.

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