Orthophotomap

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Orthophotomap of Rockport, Texas

An orthophotomap or orthophotomosaic is a map made by merging orthophotos — aerial or satellite photographs which have been transformed to correct for perspective so that they appear to have been taken from vertically above at an infinite distance.[1] Google Earth maps are of this type.

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  1. ^ American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (1994), Glossary of the Mapping Sciences, American Society of Civil Engineers, p. 370, ISBN 9780784475706