Hi,

I would like to import existing roads to Blender, to create an OpenDS map to drive on. To make it more realistic I would like to have the elevation of the road displayed in Blender. I used JOSM to convert the gpx to osm and afterwards OSM2World to export an obj. File. But I have no clue how to add the roads elevation. My gpx files contain the elevation, but JOSM doesn't use them. I read alot about getting the height of buildings in OSM2World, but not about the road. I would be really happy if someone could help me. Thanks

asked 28 Oct '14, 23:30

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closed 31 Oct '14, 17:07

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The question has been closed for the following reason ""my question is solved" and probably not even OSM-related." by aseerel4c26 31 Oct '14, 17:07


Thank's for answering, I already looked for SRTM but the given elevation information is not good enough. Okay I'm sorry that the question might not be clear enough so I'm trying again: I got the gpx file containing the elevation of the points. JOSM now allows me to make a track, but the elevation information will be cut of , since it's not used or not implemented in osm files yet , I don't know. Afterwards I convert the track with OSM2World into obj. Open it with Blender to export it in Ogre to OpenDS. My own solution is to manipulate in Blender, which will be a lot of handwork what I wanted to avoid. My question now was if there is a way where I don't have to do the Blender work and just get the elevation information back on the track. For example a way to manipulate the osm file or the object file or even a Plugin that does the work.

It might even be possible that it already exists but I'm just not able to find.

Thanks for your help guys anyway !

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answered 31 Oct '14, 15:15

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Doesn't sound like its related to OSM in any way. Trying to import a GPX track into blender directly seems to be more sensible than going through both JOSM and OSM2World first.

(31 Oct '14, 15:19) scai ♦
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Well I think you're right. Im sorry my question is solved. I started my project with exports of osm so I used JOSM and OSM2World. Instead of thinking for a solution in Blender. First search approach now brought the fitting importer. Thanks for leading me to the right path and sorry for wasting your time. Have a nice day !

(31 Oct '14, 15:27) schraube27

Maybe you can have a look in the OSM wiki about SRTM.

Also do a search on this FAQ site for SRTM ...

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answered 31 Oct '14, 14:43

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True, although the questioner says "My gpx files contain the elevation", so the additional data source SRTM would not be needed. However, the question is not fully clear to me.

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