The Drone Trainer Podcast 023 – Cord Christian
This is episode 23 of The Drone Trainer Podcast! This week we’re going to hear from Cord Christian from Texas, and discuss how he’s using his drone to make high quality 3D maps and models. Anyway, if you like this show be a friend and subscribe so that you don’t miss this or any of the future podcast episodes!
Cord Christian is based on north Texas, and has been flying for just over 2 years now. Cord has been creating demos and sample work, and is now trying to figure out how to drum up drone business. Cord was inspired by listening to previous podcast episodes featuring Danielle de Leon and Jerry Fletcher, and wanted to get on the show to discuss how things are going with his drone business.
Listen in as we discuss his technique to create a high quality 3D model of a variety of buildings. Cord discusses how he uses Pix4D to capture and process, and display them to the world using Sketchfab. Here are 3 of the models that he discusses in the show.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this episode! If you have a few seconds after you finish listening, leave a comment below so Cord and I can hear your thoughts!
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Here are links to everything mentioned in this episode
- Cord’s Drones: DJI Inspire 1
- Pix4D – Create 3D maps and models with your drone
- Dronebase – Professional drone services network
- Autopilot – Automated flight for DJI drones
- Litchi – Another great automated flight app for DJI drones
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