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Our Map Illustration Process

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Campus Border Determination

  1. (CampusTours works collaboratively with each client to generate an approved border around all campus structures.)
  2. We can provide examples of campus borders we have developed
  3. https://campustours.com/clients/washburn/washburn-university-border-v2-witharrows.jpg 

Aerial Photography

  1. (CampusTours conducts aerial photography of the campus from fixed wing aircraft or helicopters using a 100-megapixel camera. Client is granted reuse rights to all captured imagery.)
  2. We can provide examples of aerial photos and finished maps
  3. Aerial photos examples:  https://ctpprojects.com/clients/washburn/aerials.html

Perspective Determination

  1. (CampusTours works with client to establish an ideal perspective for the campus map.)
  2. We can provide examples of perspectives selected by clients and the final map.

Perspective Chosen:  https://2022-washburn-university.s3.amazonaws.com/DSCF1342.jpg

3D Modeling

  1. (CampusTours models the campus map in the selected map artwork style.)
  2. We can provide samples of in-process map editing
  3. 3D Map JPG:  https://campustours.com/clients/washburn/Washburn_R05.jpg
  4. 3D Map URL:  https://washburn.hostexp.com/#ctdl-UMAP_20220815154252481

Client Feedback and Changes

  1. Once the 3D map is complete, clients have the opportunity to submit changes and identify issues.  CampusTours resolves these issues and reissues the map for approval..
  2. We can provide links to show how clients submit changes and receive updated renderings

Map Finalization

Maps are designed for print use by adding building numbers and a map legend, and are integrated into interactive map software to make the map fully interactive online.)

CampusTours works collaboratively with each client to generate an approved border around all campus structures.

CampusTours conducts aerial photography of each campus from fixed wing aircraft or helicopters using a 100-megapixel camera. Clients are granted reuse rights to all captured imagery.

CampusTours works with clients to establish ideal perspectives for their campus maps.

CampusTours models the campus map in the selected map artwork style.

Once the 3D map is complete, clients have the opportunity to submit changes and identify issues (identified as red numbers).  CampusTours resolves these issues and reissues the map for approval.

Maps are designed for print use by adding building numbers and a map legend, and are integrated into interactive map software to make the map fully interactive online.