Step 1:

Teleport to your cross section's location using lat, lon, zip code, or description.

Step 3:

Position your ground overlay using the drag icons or enter data here:
N, S, E, W box (deg):
Rotation (deg):
Transparency (%):

Step 4:

Position your cross section using the drag icons and sliders or enter data here:
Maintain image aspect ratio?:
Length (m):
Height (m):
Altitude (m):
Trend (0 to 359):
Roll (-90 to 90):
Tilt (-90 to 90):


  • Step 1: Choosing your location in the Teleport field.
    center on your location type lat, lon or a zip code or an address and click the Teleport button
    • e.g:
    • 36.8857° N, 76.2599° W
    • 36.8857 N, 76.2599 W
    • 36.8857, -76.2599
    • norfolk
    • 23508
  • Step 2: Prepare two images for the sides of your cross-section A and B (not larger than 2 MB each) and ground overlay image to help you position your cross section precisely.
    • Choose these files or enter their URLs and press "Upload"
    • After few seconds (depending on your connection speed) you will see your cross-section
    • If not satisfied, upload new images
  • Step 3: Position your ground overlay to match by:
    • Dragging pins A and B
    • Entering explicit coordinates of latitude longitude box N S E W in input field
    • Enter angle of rotation if necessary.
    • Change transparency of the overlay for visual matching
  • Step 4: Position your cross-section by dragging the controls or entering data
    • Drag thePulpit rockto change the position of the cross-section
    • Drag thePulpit rockto change strike or drag it while Shift key is pressedto change length of your cross-section
    • Horizontal slider will change the plunge of your cross section
    • Slider on the left will change tilt of your cross section
    • Two sliders on the right will change elevation and stretch of the cross-section
  • Step 4:
    • Click the 'Generate KMZ' button