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Virtual field experiences in a web-based video game environment: open-ended examples of existing and fictional field sites
Abstract. We present two original, video-game-style field geology experiences designed to allow flexible, open-ended exploration for geologic mapping and structural geology. One simulation features the Whaleback anticline, a site in central Pennsylvania (USA), with a three-dimensional exposure of a 30 m high fold, based on a terrain model that was acquired through structure-from-motion photogrammetry. The second example is a fictional location with simplified geology, which was built withdoi:10.5194/gc-5-251-2022 fatcat:tviflvxosfab7ks5jtdgvp74ka