However, other concerns land Chelsea on this list. Education is a concern, with most schools falling below a 5/10 score on Great Schools. The cost of living also makes it difficult for locals to pay their bills. Expenses run about 30% above the national average. The area sports a median home price of $350,800.
High-resolution geospecific Camp Pendleton terrain with two modeled MOUT sites (Combat Town 25 and Kilo 2), which the company recently built for participants in the I/ITSEC OBW LVC event. The 24 sq km virtual round-earth terrain was built with 30 cm per-pixel resolution USGS satellite imagery, 60 cm LIDAR elevation data blended to 10 meter NED, and a geometric ocean shoreline. The MOUT sites feature geolocated 3D content including geospecific models created from publicly available photos and videos. Geospecific buildings are comprised of mobile containers with interiors and concrete buildings with interiors. Other culture includes fences, stones, dumpsters, grass, vegetation, power lines, street signs, climbing structures, bleachers, trees, graveyard, mosque, observation tower, gas station, market area, and a castle. The terrain was built in forthcoming version 1/4 of MetaVR Terrain Tools for Esri ArcGIS, which has the ability to blend multiple microtextures. For example, the terrain includes built-in roads (dirt, gravel, and paved) with blended microtextures (grass, swale, red clay soil, gravel, brown soil-grass). The terrain also covers large portions of CA, AZ, and NV, using 1 meter per-pixel NAIP imagery (2021-2021) and 10 meter post elevation data. In addition to the two MOUT sites, another area of interest on the terrain is the modeled Los Alamitos (KSLI) airport.