Dianne goes for you

Diane goes for you

In September we talked about Google's Ground Truth project that Google uses to keep its maps up to date. We also directed you to Google Map Maker, should you wish to assist with keeping the maps up to … [Read more...]

Looking at the new 3D in New York City

BridgeJoin

Last week Google updated the 3D imagery for New York City and San Francisco. We had a brief look at New York and noted a problem with Street View crashing Google Earth. We also had a look at some … [Read more...]

New York gets 3D refresh

Statue of Liberty

We usually look at the World Trade Center on the the anniversary of 9/11 and over the years we have seen models of the old Trade Center towers from the Sketchup 2D Warehouse as well as models of the … [Read more...]

Censorship in 3D

Cephalonia International Airport

Back in September we had a look at censored imagery in Google Earth. With Google continuing to roll out 3D imagery it is inevitable that they will wish to cover areas that countries wish to keep … [Read more...]

Burning Man goes 3D

BlackRockCityTent

Over the last week or so, Google have pushed out a significant amount of new 3D imagery. If you don't have it already, be sure to grab our our map of areas covered so far. One of the most interesting … [Read more...]

Hong Kong protests visible in Google Earth

HongKongProtests

We are always on the look out for recent events that make it into Google Earth imagery. With sudden events such as the Napa Valley earth quake or the Koslanda landslide we only get to see the … [Read more...]

Street View

CoastalJapan

Street View coverage continues to expand. There haven't been any major countries added to the list recently, but within countries the coverage is continuously expanding, and in many places, being … [Read more...]

Hawaii’s Kilauea lava flows

Lava-flow-smoke

The imagery from Google's November 8th update is now available in historical imagery. A significant proportion of the imagery was not put into the default imagery, so was not accessible until … [Read more...]

Large artwork in Google Earth

MundiMan

Yesterday we talked about large artwork using GPS tracks. Although the artists did travel to the locations involved in their artwork, the record they left, and thus the actual art, was digital rather … [Read more...]

The World’s Largest Marriage Proposal

Yassan

Back in 2006 we looked at a few marriage proposals visible in satellite imagery. Then in 2008 we saw a marriage proposal in Street View. Tokyo artist, Yassan lays claim to the world's largest … [Read more...]