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Old 7th August 2005, 14:08   #31
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Cream, could you give us a link to this free nasa software you speak of please!

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yeah,


cream,we are waiting for your link
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check out this pic of south bombay taken from the sky.
Hey Heavy_foot.. really neat man... where and how did you manage to get that picture?
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cream,we are waiting for your link
I think this is the link..

http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/download.html

However you will need a 3D accelerator video board to install it.
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Old 9th August 2005, 00:10   #34
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well,google earth is pretty good considering it's free !!..now gonna download the Nasa World Wind file..!..let's see how that one is..

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google earth is real neet but hardly any part of India is in hi-res apart from Delhi I think....but if you are in Europe or N. America...alsmot all parts are done up and you can zoom right into anything.....very nice !
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Heavy_foot, where did you get that picture?

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Hey Heavy_foot.. really neat man... where and how did you manage to get that picture?

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someone posted the picture on a forum..he said he got it as a forward in his mail..does anyone have similar pictures taken from the sky of navimumbai?
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Many of the indian cities like chennai don't show up clearly
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Old 2nd April 2006, 23:40   #38
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Heres another one to add to the list (hope it hasnt been mentioned before!)

Windows Live Local

Similar to G-Earth but shows images in an fixed angled view (not top view like google).

http://local.live.com/

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Old 18th April 2006, 09:37   #39
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Default Travel at Streetside view in San Francisco

http://preview.local.live.com/

Check the above link. It's interesting. Expect more such tool when www.live.com goes live.

Please do leave feedback for the developers to improve the tool.
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What a brilliant thing dude. You can see a city without ever having been there. Loved it so much that i just bookmarked it as well..
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Old 19th April 2006, 09:15   #41
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Threads merged.

Please do a search before creating new threads.
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