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Drone used in Bangabandhu’s crop field artwork

Trendy digital instrument used to survey the accurate information of Bangabandhu’s crop field artwork

To celebrate the birth centenary of the founding president of Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, a project of his crop field portrait was undertaken recently.

This artwork has broken the Guinness World Records and has been recognized as the largest crop field portrait ever in its creative work. AFM Bahauddin Nasim, joint general secretary of Awami League and also the conveyor of “Shasyachitre Bangabandhu Jatiya Parishad” confirmed the matter to media.

He said that the representatives of Guinness World Records have given their confirmation recently and are scheduled to handover the certificate via video conference.

According to the website, “The largest crop field image is 119,430.273sqm (1,285,536.75sqft) and was achieved by AFM Bahauddin Nasim and KSM Mostafizur Rahman in an attempt organized by National AgriCare Import and Export Ltd [all Bangladesh] in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Although so many people worked on the land, a trendy digital instrument ‘Drone’ used to survey each and every progress of the work.

Ahmed Zaman, CEO of Expressive Communications Limited said, “When we went to the field, the techniques we needed didn’t work at all. Then another plan came to mind and we started pointing out the lines that were there. And we figured out the connecting points with the smaller lines. “

“About 950 points have come out of there. We have done all the necessary and technical things through software. In fact, after finding out the points, the whole picture has been made. And for this, we had to use two drones all the time to understand the whole thing,” added he.

This aerial photograph shows a representation of the portrait of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman made with paddies on around 400-metre-long and 300-metre-wide in a field of Sherpur upazila in Bogra on March 4, 2021.

Note, this massive portrait of Bangabandhu was completed on March 9 in Bogra this year.



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