A new participatory approach for landscape planning using touch table technology
The Biozone Constructor ArcGIS tool is a novel integrated technology solution comprising a Geographic Information System, 3D computer gaming engine and a touch table interface. This prototype technology application supports the planning of biolink habitat corridors in an interactive collaborative planning environment. The tool is a result of collaborative research and development between the Future Farming Systems Research Division within the Department of Primary Industries and the Department of Geomatics University of Melbourne. The tool has been funded through the CRC-Spatial Information, Department of Primary Industries and Department of Sustainability Victoria. Subhash Sharma, member of our working group introduces this exciting new tool demonstrating an application in South West Victoria.
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This looks really interesting!
We’ve done something similar here in the Netherlands: