Imagico.de

Geovisualizations
by Christoph Hormann
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Welcome!
Depictions of the Earth – 3D views, panoramas, satellite images and classical maps – this and more is offered by the Imagico.de Geovisualization services and products. For anywhere on the planet – my aim is producing descriptive, informative, accurate and appealing illustrations of geographic contexts in the best possible quality.

Image catalog

views of  western europe

You would like to use one of my images? For example in a book or on a website? Here you can find a catalog of views that are available for such applications. If you see an image suited for your purposes you can start a license inquiry. If you only need few prints of images you can order them here as well.

search the catalog (for prints)

informationen on licensing of images

Production of custom views

mountain view in Pakistan

You require a special view – of a certain place from a specific perspective or with additional markings and labels? Here I have made available some useful information concerning the production of custom views and you have the possibility to make a production inquiry.

application examples

available techniques

to the production of custom views

Geodata products

geodata rendering examples

If you produce your own illustrations you can here find various geodata products processed for visualization purposes. Sources for these are mostly satellite images and data from OpenStreetMap. Using processing techniques I developed this data is generalized and assembled into data sets ready for designing high quality maps and images.

to the list of geodata products - satellite image products

Blog news:

More images for mapping (25 Sep 2016)
Sun glint (17 Sep 2016)

Todays featured image:

Lake Geneva and the northwest Alps
Lake Geneva and the northwest Alps
View of Switzerland from the southwest with Lake Geneva in the center left, the Alps on the right, the Jura mountains on the left and the upper Rhine... [more]
Design and Content Copyright 2015 by Christoph Hormann
last updated Mon, 30 Nov 2015 13:48