5 de Diciembre 2005
40 Highest Buildings in Rotterdam for Google Earth
Some students at the Hogeschool Rotterdam in the Netherlands made 3D models of the 40 highest buildings in Rotterdam for a school project. They used Sketchup, a 3D modelling program which supports exporting to Google Earth, to build the models. All the buildings were built by hand and they even used GPS to help with gathering their data. If you open their folder in the Places area called "Rotterdam Landmarks" you can open the "Tour & Info" folder and fly a tour of the buildings. Or you can click on the placemarks and see photos of the actual buildings. You can visit their web site for a general overview or to download from their site.
These models are quite colorful, and I wondered if the actual buildings are as colorful as the models. Looking at the provided photos you can see for yourself. The scale of the models looks accurate judging from the shadows the actual buildings casted in the Google Earth photo. The buildings look a lot better than the default buildings included in Google Earth for some of the major cities in the US. I would give these students an "A" (or the equivalent in the Netherlands).
Enviado por FrankTaylor at 5 de Diciembre 2005 a las 07:53 AM
Enviado por: Eric de Vos at 5 de Diciembre 2005 a las 08:59 AM
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