Creating Quick 3D Working Cave Maps

CaveWhere can use 2D scan sketches and morph them in 3D. This process is called Carpeting. CaveWhere’s intuitive interface allows for quick registration of stations and outlines to produce a stunning 3D map. This map can then be exported at any angle and as a PNG, JPG, SVG or PDF.  

Creating Projected Profiles

Not only can CaveWhere handle 2D plan sketches, it can also handle running profiles. Running profiles are mapped in 3D to produce projected profiles of the cave. These profiles can be spun around and exported.




Paper Maps – Export

CaveWhere is a cave mapping software that can create paper maps. Paper maps can be created at any size and any resolution. CaveWhere utilizes a sophisticated rendering algorithm that divides the 3D rendering view into tiles. CaveWhere then stitches these tiles together into a PDF, SVG, or SVG export. The cave map can be exported in any view at any angle. This includes exporting plan, project profiles and plan offsets on the same piece of paper. 





Importing Walls Data

CaveWhere can import several different formats including: WALLS, Survex, and Compass.

Creating A Lead List

Never forget about a lead in your cave! CaveWhere has an interactive lead list inventory system. On ever section of sketched cave (called a scrap) simply add a lead. These leads are then displayed in the rendering window. Completed leads are hidden from view. The lead list also allows you to sort by distance from a station, allowing to you find leads near a cave camp or a particular area in the cave.