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The GRASS Development Team and members of the user community have collected numerous screenshots on these pages.

Imagery data is treated as raster maps in GRASS, but there are a number of special modules specifically designed to help with image processing.

For details, see the imagery and raster map processing guides.

* LIDAR processing: v.lidar.* modules,, wiki page
* Satellite data import: formats, i.fusion.brovey, i.oif, i.pca, i.cluster, i.landsat.rgb


Sea floor bathymetry from MB-System imported and gridded with the module.
screenshot: H. Bowman


LANDSAT-7 image of Dunedin, New Zealand before i.landsat.rgb color enhancement
screenshot: H. Bowman

LANDSAT-7 image of Dunedin, New Zealand after i.landsat.rgb color enhancement
"i.landsat.rgb -p strength=97"
screenshot: H. Bowman


GIS Manager displaying MODIS Rapid Response System realtime data
screenshot: Markus Neteler


Part of Northern Germany as seen from ASTER/TERRA at 15m resolution, 26 August 2000 at 10:59:33 UTC. Colors represent surface reflectance (green, red and simulated blue channels). Note the magnified ship on the North Sea (upper left zoom window) and the magnified part of Langeoog island.
screenshot: Markus Neteler

Dune Migration at Jockey's Ridge State Park, North Carolina
Infrared photo draped on USGS LIDAR data
screenshot: Helena Mitasova

Perspective view of imagery with custom grid overlay in NVIZ
(Northern Germany)
screenshot: Markus Neteler

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