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28 de Noviembre 2006

Demo en YouTube del SpaceNavigator con Google Earth

Hice un pequeño video (3 minutos) de demostración del nuevo mouse 3D de 3DConnexion: el SpaceNavigator™ para verlo en uso. El SpaceNavigator es el dispositivo más impresionante que pueden comprar para disfrutar a pleno de Google Earth (compren el SpaceNavigator PE style= en Amazon por menos del precio de lista de $59), y creo que cualquier fanático de GE quedará más que satisfecho. Lean mi revisión de producto del SpaceNavigator aquí.

Aquí va mi video sobre el SpaceNavigator:

Vean otros videos en revisión de producto de OgleEarth sobre el SpaceNavigator.

Relacionado (vean el video):

Enviado por FrankTaylor at 28 de Noviembre 2006 a las 09:47 AM

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    Nice tool indeed!

    Enviado por: Dave at 28 de Noviembre 2006 a las 11:02 AM

    Hi,

    I would love to see a RECORD feature in Google Earth where I can make a path and record that camera path so i can send that 'movie' clip to another person or keep in an archive...is there such a feature?

    Enviado por: PAUL at 28 de Noviembre 2006 a las 11:20 AM

    PAUL, you can do this with Google Earth Pro (this movie making capability is now a standard feature with Pro). Or you can buy something like FRAPS from Fraps.com which lets you capture movies on Windows.

    Enviado por: Frank Taylor at 28 de Noviembre 2006 a las 11:36 AM

    What's the difference between the Personal Edition and the Standard Edition? I'm considering to buy one.

    Enviado por: Dave at 28 de Noviembre 2006 a las 02:12 PM

    The main difference is that the SE edition is licensed for commercial use. You also get more than online technical support with the SE edition. I think they wanted to have a low enough price point for consumers to be attracted at the $59 for the PE edition. But, I think $99 is still a great price for a device like this if you are a professional.

    Enviado por: Frank Taylor at 28 de Noviembre 2006 a las 02:33 PM

    Yeah that product works great but what other progs can I use it with? Also... How do you get those clouds in Google Earth?!?!!

    Enviado por: JKH at 1 de Diciembre 2006 a las 01:35 AM

    Hi JKH,

    You can get the clouds two ways. First, by downloading the Blue Marble Add-on I wrote - turn on the clouds in the Blue Marble folder:

    http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2006/11/new_blue_marble_addo.html

    Or you can just download a version of Global Clouds. This is the standard one:

    http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2006/04/global_cloud_ma.html

    And here is a GE 4 version where you can set the altitude for the clouds:

    http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/showthreaded.php/Cat/0/Number/668534/page/vc/vc/1

    Frank

    Enviado por: Frank Taylor at 1 de Diciembre 2006 a las 07:52 AM

    I also wanted to find a way to record google earth. I found a free one online. i forget where just search screen recorder. http://cebraverde.googlepages.com/googleearth
    I have posted some on there. Panajachel is the best.

    Enviado por: greg at 13 de Diciembre 2006 a las 06:47 PM

    Frank,

    thanks for the presentation!

    This is just the best Christmas gift I could think of - for everyone!

    Jerome

    Enviado por: Jerome at 15 de Diciembre 2006 a las 03:08 AM

    ok i don't have this spacenavigator thingy. how do i get it? do i buy it or do i have to order it?oh... and one more question...when you use the 3-d thing on the spacenavigator in the video..does it work on any building or just the famous/known ones?

    Enviado por: christina at 12 de Junio 2007 a las 02:15 PM

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    Recordarme?