Nearmap's 'Hyperpod' can simultaneously shoot aerial photos, four angles of oblique photos (from North, South, West and East aspects) plus terrain photography when attached to an aircraft. In the following gallery, we take a look at some of its handiwork.<br><br>Pictured: Aerial view of Broome in Australia's North West.
 

Nearmap's 'Hyperpod' can simultaneously shoot aerial photos, four angles of oblique photos (from North, South, West and East aspects) plus terrain photography when attached to an aircraft. In the following gallery, we take a look at some of its handiwork.

Pictured: Aerial view of Broome in Australia's North West.

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Photos: Australia's mines spied from above with Nearmap 'Hyperpod' cameras

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