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#1 2013-11-03 12:43:25

hno2
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Registered: 2012-08-06
Posts: 71

How to map...

Hey,
how could i map this building(f4) in 3d. (especially that top roof thing in the middle.
You can find good 45° coverage in Google Maps

Thanks in advance for your help

Hno2

PS: I think we need a thread where you can ask "little questions", so you don't have to open one so often.

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#2 2013-11-03 13:00:59

marek kleciak
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Registered: 2010-10-11
Posts: 8,439

Re: How to map...

Unfortunately there is recently no good way for mapping of such roof. You can of course use 9 elements: For longer parts four "gabled" roofs, 4 pyramidal in the corner and one flat in the middle, but it is dirty,tricky way and I don´t like it.
It would be better to implement more roofs liek described in my "OSM 4D definition".

We need some helpful hands for this implementations.

Edit:
What You need is my 3.4 roof type extended to eyery possible ground floor geometry:
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM- … #Subtype_3
I would say: Add this geometry to the simple 3D buildings definition. We need it really.

Last edited by marek kleciak (2013-11-04 13:54:50)

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