Visualizing the ZeroAccess botnet in Google Earth

The ZeroAccess botnet is a very widespread malware threat that has been infecting computers around the world for years. It's estimated that the current version of ZeroAccess has been installed over … [Read more...]

Meograph releases an enhanced authoring tool

I've been a big fan of Meograph since it was released earlier this year, as it's a great tool to help show news stories using a heavy dose of geo reference. The big downside to it was that creating a … [Read more...]

Latest news from the 3D Travel websites

Over the years we've shown you a handful of projects from the 3DTravel.com folks. They built the impressive 3DHawaii two years ago (and recently covered the two-year anniversary on their blog), then … [Read more...]

Using Google Earth to add geo relevance to the news

News stations around the world have been using Google Earth to help visualize their stories for years now, and CNN has been one of the best. Alex Walker, a producer for CNN International, shared with … [Read more...]

Meograph opens to all users

We first told you about the excellent Meograph tool back in May when they opened for limited beta testing. It is a tool for creating "four dimensional story-telling" with remarkable potential, and … [Read more...]

What will happen to interior 3D models with the new 3D imagery?

Google's new 3D imagery is pretty awesome. It allows Google to model every detail of full cities more quickly than in the past, and it provides consistent coloring and lighting to help make things … [Read more...]

Viewing Fusion Table data on mobile devices

We've talked a bit about Google's Fusion Tables product before -- a great way to turn a table full of data (such as an Excel spreadsheet) into a fully functional map! The maps can easily be shared … [Read more...]

Google Sells SketchUp

Google has announced they are selling SketchUp - the 3D modeling tool made famous when @Last Software was acquired by Google and a free version of SketchUp was released in 2006 by Google. The new … [Read more...]

Visualizing data with GraphEarth

Over the years we've seen a variety of tools to help display graphs in Google Earth, such as GE-Graph and some 3D World Oil Consumption charts. A new product has just been released called GraphEarth, … [Read more...]

Where 2012 – Day Three

The final day of Where 2012 was full of great info. Here's a rundown: News Through Data by Jer Thorp of the New York Times. He discussed a new service called openpaths.cc that allows you to share … [Read more...]