PixScape software is dedicated to the analysis of the landscape visibility from raster data. This software integrates the main functionalities available in standard GIS in this domain and offers other original features such as tangential view and multi-resolution analysis.
PixScape has been developed at the research laboratory ThéMA in Besançon (France).
PixScape is open source and distributed under GPL license.
The software is developped in Java and runs on any computer supporting Java 7 or later (PC under Linux, Windows, Mac...)
It runs also on cluster supporting OpenMPI for Java and on GPU card supporting CUDA.
Sample project for testing PixScape: sample_project.zip
PixScape is licenced under GPL. The source code can be downloaded from the sourcesup git repository:
git clone git://git.renater.fr/pixscape.git
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