2019
DOI: 10.1130/ges02002.1
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LIME: Software for 3-D visualization, interpretation, and communication of virtual geoscience models

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“…This software builds point clouds from similar matched features in multiple images, depicting outcrop geometry upon which textures can be draped. Subsequent 3D model interpretation was undertaken in Lime software (e.g., Bonaventura et al ., ; Buckley et al ., ).…”
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“…This software builds point clouds from similar matched features in multiple images, depicting outcrop geometry upon which textures can be draped. Subsequent 3D model interpretation was undertaken in Lime software (e.g., Bonaventura et al ., ; Buckley et al ., ).…”
Section: Methods and Datasetsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This software builds point clouds from similar matched features in multiple images, depicting outcrop geometry upon which textures can be draped. Subsequent 3D model interpretation was undertaken in Lime software (e.g., Bonaventura et al, 2017;Buckley et al, 2017). These images underwent detailed sedimentological work, consisting of outlining the geometry of sedimentary units in selected panels and a series of traditional 1dimensional strip-logs across growth-basins and corresponding undisturbed stratigraphic sections outside the faulted area.…”
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“…In order to document, illustrate and understand the complex 3D sedimentary architecture of the interval of interest, 3D virtual outcrop models were produced from the collected photogrammetric material (after Westoby, Brasington, Glasser, Hambrey, & Reynolds, ). The models were generated using PhotoScan Pro © (Agisoft LLC, St. Petersburg, Russia), before being analysed and interpreted with Lime © , a software developed by the Virtual Outcrop Geology group of both Bergen and Aberdeen universities (Bonaventura et al., ; Buckley, Ringdal, Dolva, Naumann, & Kurz, ).…”
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“…Related efforts have centered on the development of 3D software solutions with tools for geoscience applications. Custom software packages, such as Virtual Reality Geology Studio (VRGS; Hodgetts et al, 2007) and LIME (Buckley et al, 2019), offer users lightweight executable tools and opportunities to analyze and revisit data at multiple scales. Open source programs, such as Blender and CloudCompare, can be used for data exploration and measurement and have also integrated specific geoscience toolsets (e.g., Brodu and Lague, 2012;Dewez et al, 2016;Thiele et al, 2017).…”
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