Web-based services, Computer Graphics

Web-based Services: Commonly utilized software is:

Protected Area Archive characteristics:

  • Image display, roam, zoom and Image enhancement.
  • Simple image processing.
  • Distance and area measurement and comparison of old and new images.
  • Image annotation by adding text, lines along with overlaying vector layers.

 

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