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10 de Marzo 2006

Robots Attack New York City

ZNO vs R4 robots in NYC in Google EarthLast week someone called 'robotguy4' at the Google Earth Community (GEC) published a 3D model of a red robot attacking Google Earth as an experiment with SketchUp (a 3D software modelling product which supports output to GE). They placed their 3D robot in the middle of New York City, but it's best looked at with GE's built-in 3D buildings turned on.

The guys at the ZNO blog, who have done a number of 3D models for GE lately, just couldn't let it stand, so they brought in their own robot (rather like a Star Wars Imperial Walker) to take out "any red robot that tries to attack any civillians".

Make sure you load the two GE files above, and turn on the building layers for the full effect. A close-up zoom between the two robots will show a detailed missle is headed toward the red robot complete with a "ZNO" logo. A pretty funny show, and good stuff for the weekend.

Enviado por FrankTaylor at 10 de Marzo 2006 a las 03:32 PM

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    My first though was "When does Google Hoth come out?" My second thought was "They should join up with LucasFilm and release Google Earth versions of the Death Star, Coruscant, Tattoine, etc." How cool would that be?

    Enviado por: brian at 14 de Marzo 2006 a las 01:45 PM

    The AT-ST is clearly over-sized!

    Enviado por: Ni at 15 de Marzo 2006 a las 03:42 AM

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