Hi all - long time no see!
A long while ago someone messaged me to ask about some high latitude imagery for testing, and I vastly apologize for not responding. If that’s you, please ask again
I’ve been processing imagery north of 80 degrees (up to 87.5), and it would be better to avoid UTM - because of distortion when translating to/from lats and lons). I wondered how easy it is to pass a different projection to ODM - in my case EPSG:3413 (North polar stereographic) and went looking around in projections.py.
I am confident I can build my own bespoke docker image based on north polar stereo - but - that isn’t really super useful. Is there a straightforward way to pass a
--projection to ODM? Another use case for this might be someplace where you want to hammer data to the UTM zone next door to the one ODM chooses (it is not a nice practice, but sometimes needs doing…)
And - I will figure out a way to share some high latitude imagery. Because it was shot in drifting sea ice, it needed drift removed from the camera positions - which is now done. Done enough, anyway