FISHVIEWS: A PANORAMIC VIRTUAL TOUR OF STILLAGUAMISH RIVER

FISHVIEWS: A PANORAMIC VIRTUAL TOUR OF STILLAGUAMISH RIVER

Western Washington rivers have entered the world of virtual reality. The Stillaguamish and Tulalip tribes have partnered with a company called FishViews to create a interactive 360-degree map of the Stillaguamish watershed. The maps contribute to salmon recovery by allowing natural resources managers to identify habitat restoration opportunities.

'FishViews' Mapping Tool Provides Virtual Tours Of Local Rivers

'FishViews' Mapping Tool Provides Virtual Tours Of Local Rivers

Listen Listening...1:29 Many people are familiar with Google Street View, the online map that allows you to take a virtual walk or ride through a neighborhood. Now there’s a similar tool that lets you float down local rivers and waterways.

It’s like a Google Street View for the Stillaguamish River

It’s like a Google Street View for the Stillaguamish River

FishViews offers virtual access to places on that and other rivers where people normally don’t go. A new virtual tour and river mapping system gives people a rafter’s view of the Stillaguamish — from steep, narrow rapids to expansive tide flats — on their computer or smartphone screens. It’s also a way to track and share data for habitat restoration and salmon recovery efforts throughout the Stillaguamish Watershed.

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FishViews, a startup based in Wimberly, Texas, is adding new features to your summer “river float” plans—providing anglers, rafters, government agencies, and conservation organizations with interactive 360-degree digital maps of a growing list of American and worldwide waterways.

Startups Propel Engagement with Remarkable Visualizations

Startups Propel Engagement with Remarkable Visualizations

ArcNews - Summer 2017 FishViews is embarking on this prodigious project one mile at a time, offering high-definition, 360-degree imagery that turns those simple blue lines on a map into colorful virtual water tours.

Who Is Mapping the Waterways of the U.S.?

Who Is Mapping the Waterways of the U.S.?

UBIQUE American Geographical Society COMPANY SPOTLIGHT: If Google is mapping the urban areas of the United States, who is mapping the wilderness? FishViews is an amazing company undertaking the immense task of mapping the waterways of the U.S. They are using remote sensing technology to collect all forms of data on rivers in the hopes of aiding sustainability causes.

FishViews: Mapping the world’s waterways one mile at a time

FishViews: Mapping the world’s waterways one mile at a time

The quest to replace the blue dash in our maps with more info! -Geoawesomeness- By Muthukumar Kumar - June 5, 2017

River mapping: Company hopes to be the Google Maps of waterways

River mapping: Company hopes to be the Google Maps of waterways

They get you on the water without putting you in the boat. The Herald-Zeitung - That’s the tagline for a relatively new company based in Wimberley that has been mapping rivers in San Marcos, Washington State and now New Braunfels.

Blanco river - Press Release

Blanco river - Press Release

WIMBERLEY, Tx., (May 26, 2016) FishViews Incorporated, a Veteran-Owned Tech Start-up based in Wimberley, Texas has captured and published a 5 mile, 360o Panoramic journey on the Blanco River as it runs through Wimberley – a year after the Memorial Day Flood that forever altered the lives of many here in Texas.

Eye on the River - Pacific Standard

Eye on the River - Pacific Standard

Virtually navigating waterways sounds like a good time to outdoor enthusiasts, but it could also help policy makers monitor a critical natural resource.

Unlocking the Story of A River - Evergreen Magazine

Unlocking the Story of A River - Evergreen Magazine

Technology Helps Show the Elwha through New Eyes

Here's how you can take a virtual ride down the newly freed Elwha River — right now!

Here's how you can take a virtual ride down the newly freed Elwha River — right now!

Anyone with a computer or mobile device can take a virtual ride on the Elwha River from the former Lake Mills to the mouth as the river empties into the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

Spring Lake - Press Release

Spring Lake - Press Release

Flying FishViews Launches Immersive Tour of Texas' Historic Spring Lake

Elwha River - Press Release

Elwha River - Press Release

Environmental Tech Startup Flying FishViews Demonstrates New Mapping Innovations for Rivers with Release of Street View-Style Map of Elwha River