9 de Mayo 2006
Retouching Google Earth for Realism
In one of my 3D model roundups I listed a nice 3D model by 'jpwade' which added details for the Glen Canyon Dam in Arizona. Since the canyon is fairly accurately represented by the digital elevation model built into Google Earth, the 3D model makes it look very realistic - with one exception. The satellite photo of the area shows the bridge which crosses the canyon before the dam. But, since Google Earth just overlays its satellite photos over the terrain the photo of the bridge appears to drop down into the canyon.
Someone at the Google Earth Community named 'gscad2004' suggested the photo should be retouched to erase the bridge. A short while later, 'GregTSL' posted a retouched photo overlay which in fact erases the weird bridge anomaly. After downloading the 3D model above, download Greg's overlay here. Every day, Google Earth becomes more real with the addition of user input. Amazing!
Enviado por FrankTaylor at 9 de Mayo 2006 a las 04:14 PM
Enviado por: Luistxo - Tagzania at 10 de Mayo 2006 a las 02:48 AM
Enviado por: FlorentG at 10 de Mayo 2006 a las 04:41 AM
Enviado por: GregTSL at 11 de Mayo 2006 a las 08:44 PM
Enviado por: jeddy at 3 de Diciembre 2006 a las 03:41 AM
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