This is the eighth in our series on the Google Earth plugin. Today, we are looking at Gaiagi Driver that we first looked at back in 2008. Six years on and it still works well, although a reasonably fast internet connection is recommended.
Gaiagi Driver should not be seen as a driving simulator, but rather a route planner. You select the route you plan to drive, and it will get the directions and then show you your route on Google Maps, in the Google Earth plugin, in Street View and with Microsoft’s 45 degree imagery from Bing Maps.
So go ahead and try it out. You will need the Google Earth plugin installed, a browser that supports the Google Earth plugin, and for most browsers you must now give permission for the plugin to run on the site.
The University of Phoenix Stadium where Super Bowl XLIX took place yesterday.