Thank you to GEB reader Sebastien for letting us know that the Field of View can be adjusted in Google Earth by means of a tour. There are other techniques mentioned here such as a KML with ...
Ever since Google Earth was first released, users have been spotting aircraft in flight in the imagery. When an aircraft is captured in flight in Google Earth it is not uncommon for it to have a ...
Last September Google announced that they would eventually drop support for NPAPI in Chrome, a key technology behind the Google Earth plugin. Then in September this year, they released a 64-bit ...
The Google Earth Flight Simulator is one of those features that many people overlook. Here are some tips to make the most of it. With the the release of Google Earth 4.2 back in 2007, Google added a ...
We told you earlier this year about the launch of the Landsat 8 satellite and now the first images captured by that satellite are starting to arrive. NASA’s Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) page ...
On Tuesday we had a look at Google Earth Pro’s Movie Maker. Today, we are looking at another Google Earth Pro exclusive feature, the Viewshed tool. The Viewshed tool shows the line of sight from any ...
We are often asked how often Google updates the imagery in Google Earth. The answer depends on where you live and can be anywhere from once a week to never. For much of the world, there are certain ...
Yesterday we showed you how to view the voyage of the Titanic in Google Earth and today we’re going to look at how to view a 3D model of the underwater wreckage. When Google Earth 5 was released three ...
A water tower in Paris, France, as seen in Google Earth 3D. Left: September 2014, Right: as it looks now. Now, trees and other objects seem to have quite significant overhangs, with the trunk of the ...
The challenging part of fixing this is that there is not an option in Google Earth to turn it off. The 3D is generated by NVidia video card drivers, and it must be disabled in there. UsedMonkey.com ...
On the southwestern point of Mauritius is a crazy-looking phenomenon. When viewed from the air (either in real life or in Google Earth) it appears to be an underwater waterfall! Of course, a real ...
Recently, we had a look at recent additions to Street View. We also included a map of changes over the past month. There were two spots in the ‘changes’ map that we found particularly interesting. The ...