Blowing my own trumpet here as I made the Fledermaus fly-through, but it is a great dataset that was collected by Seahorse Geomatics for the USGS using a Norbit iWMBS system and their new laser system. I processed the bathymetry and laser in Qimera and then did the visualisation trickery in Fledermaus.
Grand Canyon combined multibeam and laser survey
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Isobel Yeo of GEOMAR's Helmholtz Institute for Ocean Research Kiel is calculating the date of lava flows from undersea volcanoes by using the reflectivity returned by sonar backscatter. Nice article o...Read more
R2Sonic have just released a new firmware update that allows the system to ping in succession at different frequencies. It works best on the Sonic 2026 as this can ping at 100 kHz, 200 kHz and 400 kHz...Read more