This is the first in a series of posts we will be doing to showcase various uses of the Google Earth plugin. We are doing this as a farewell to the Google Earth plugin, which was deprecated in December.
First up is Rally Navigator. This is a website that helps you create printable rally navigation instructions called roadbooks. We first looked at it back in February 2013 when it was still an open beta and then again in October 2013 when a premium version with new features was released. The basic version is still free.
Rally navigator lets you set up your route in the Google Earth plugin and then create a printable roadbook for the route.
See this YouTube video for more:
Rally navigator was developed by Paul van Dinther, whose other work we have looked at in the past, such as Ships, his Google Earth plugin ship navigation simulator that he is in the process of updating to a Google Maps based version.