Since the launch of Google’s 3D Imagery last summer, they’ve gradually expanded the coverage of it around the world. They’ve just added it to a number of new cities including:
• Australia: Canberra
• Germany: Linz, Ulm
• Switzerland: Berne, Basel, Lausanne
• United States: Alabama (Birmingham), Arkansas (Little Rock), California (Anaheim), Kansas (Wichita), Missouri (Springfield), Nevada (Reno), New Mexico (Albuquerque).
Google’s 3D Imagery isn’t perfect, but it’s certainly a great way to roll out thousands of 3D buildings in a single shot. These new cities look great, and I’m sure Google will be pushing out even more of them soon.
You can read more about this release on the +Google Earth page on Google+.