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Model Faster

Our interpolation algorithm allows you to create, interpolate and refine cross sections until you have a model that satisfies you. From the first cross section your model is solid and usable.


Work Anywhere

Your team can be anywhere and be any size, it can use a computer with any OS or a tablet and it will have available the last version of the geological model. You can collect information and use it right away.


Show Everyone

Interactive models will allow you to showcase all your work with any public. No hasle to download programs for the viewer, no extra licenses, just a link and 3D interactive models will be available to anyone.

Our take on modeling a really hard geology.

Geomodelr allows you to model complex geological settings with simple operations. The following geology contains an anticline, but also intrusions, very old rocks, and several faults. It's Flin Flon Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits, which have really interesting geological features. We not only created a model, but also made a tutorial out of it.

The resulting 3D model is this:

Click in it to view it in 3D.

To view the introduction to the tutorial, click here.

The tutorial consists of four parts:

First tutorial: Browse your Study and Setup your 3D Model

In this case we setup our model. It's probably the hardest thing to do, but we keep improving it.

Second tutorial: Edit your Map and Cross Sections

This is where you will spend most of your time. What's important is to remember that in geomodelr everything is always solid.

Third tutorial: Visualize and Interpolate your Model

This is where you start to fly. Visualizations are very cool. But what's important is Geomodelr's interpolation, which creates a solid model from the first cross section.

Fourth tutorial: Share and Use your Model

This is the what's next. Now that you have your model you might want to do something with it, and in geomodelr the sky is the limit.


  • E. Schetselaar, S. Pehrsson, et al. (2010). The Flin Flon 3D Knowledge Cube. Geological Survey of Canada. Open file 6313.

The following map shows geological studies that have a georeferenced geological model shared with you. Each one comprises a region of the planet, small or big.

Help to expand it by signing up and creating new geological studies and models, or collaborate with your peers to enhance them by creating a new account

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