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To gather operational experience, we conducted a pilot study of drones launching from the U. icebreaker in April 2015 while en route to the ice shelves of East Antarctica (Figure 1).Using two off-the-shelf models of multirotor drones, we successfully captured high-resolution aerial imagery of Antarctic sea ice.Notice that there are two identical images side by side, each pair of control-points that you set involves selecting a related horizontal or vertical feature, and locating the end points, one end point in each image. Now you can use the mouse to select control points; pick a vertical feature that you can see in both the left and right-hand window and click on one end of it in one window and the other end in the second window.

In the face of these obstacles, polar researchers are beginning to explore the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), more commonly known as drones.As technology develops, new advanced sensors that can launch from icebreakers and survey the surrounding ice promise to provide a valuable new tool in the arsenal of seagoing scientists.Drone pilots face challenging and extreme conditions in the Antarctic: high winds, temperatures well below freezing, and landing on a moving ship, to name a few.I recently purchased the new Rokinon 8mm f/2.8 Fisheye II lens that was just released for mirrorless cameras.I’ve owned the earlier version of this lens and I have used other fisheye lenses in the past but never thought seriously (until now) about the wide distorted photos that they made.

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