2 de Julio 2006
Live Tracking of Tour de France in Google Earth
The Tour de France coverage in Google Earth gets even better. The author of the Tour de France Google Earth file, showing the routes of the stages of this year's race, has now added an ability to provide live tracking of race progress. Download the TdF network link , then open the "Tour de France 2006" places folder and turn on "Live TDF". You will see a red bike showing the current progress of the race, and it indicates the distance travelled and local time stamp. Read more about the TdF 2006 network link in the earlier GEB story. Here's the post by the author announcing the new tracking.
Here's what the author says about yesterday's stage and the new network link:
Saturday the prologue is taking place in Strasbourg. Today we start the first stage over 185 km, mostly flat. The network link has been updated to include the live tracking red bicycle. You should see the red bike sitting near the 5 km mark on the track. It is showing a timestamp at 1:47:30, which is the time of the last test...
[NOTE: turn off the "Live TDF" link when you are done viewing, or it will keep changing your view every 20 seconds. Save your "Tour de France 2006" network link by dragging it to your "My Places folder".]
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