Earlier this year, we showed you the creative method that Richard Treves developed to simulate a 100m rise in sea level in London.
He’s back now with an updated file that generates some slick animations to fly you to London and to animate the rising water. You can read about it on his blog, and try it yourself with this KMZ file.
Making it even better is all of the additional 3D buildings that have been added to London this year, making things look much more realistic and helping to show the depth of the water (the 3D trees don’t hurt either).
Be sure to check out Google Earth Design for details on how this file works. Great job, Rich!