Data collection using your memory
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- Avoid old memories↙ (even you live there for X0 years, world is constantly changing, your memories are outdated)
- Avoid guessing↙
- Describe hard parts or objects recently changed in the real world
- Try to avoid big changes without recent knowledge of area↙
- You don't need anything else but pair of eyes
- You don't need dedicated time to record or to process something, just live, look around yourself and add details to OpenStreetMap!↙
- You don't need to prepare anythng unlike in other techniques
- You will have troubles memorize everything (or at least in single pass)
- Especially in unknown location to you
- Especially in recently changed location
- Especially in area without recent Aerial Imagery
- Especially objects with complex/non-linear geometry: Walt Disney Concert Hall, Museo Guggenheim Bilbao and many many others
- Complex highway inter-exchanges may be challenging to detail without using satellite navigation