3D Drone modelling for fly through videos, virtual tours and more!
Above: Highland Folk Museum Newtonmore 3D Model, zoomable, rotatable.
Above: Render of church and flyover
Above: Ballindalloch Distillery 3d mode.
AerialScotland operator Aaron Sneddon is familiar with photography, drone operation, and 3D mapping.
For accurate virtual views of almost anywhere, you can rely on AerialScotland.
Above: 3D rendered visual created by AerialScotland. The remains of an ancient Medieval fort captured using drone, rendered in 3D from hundreds of images, stitched together using anchor points, processed and exported to video. For new developments, structures, industrial sites and more. The output can either be in the form of a flyover video, with various "stopover points" or in a format that the end user can minipulate, rotate etc, on their screen.,p>
Above: 3D rendered castle using drone
Aaron Sneddon of AerialScotland is insured by Moonrock for public liability, and has current Civil Aviation Authority permissions to perform commercial aerial work using a drone.
When planning a new development, it i useful to show the area to be worked in to an audience that may not be able to visit the site.