Google Earth London Placemark Movie (SoundTrack Test)

The movie was created whilst examining the models performance with various placemarks, in this case the London Tube stations of Bank, Barbican, Euston, Waterloo and Kings Cross.

The model streams in nicely although some slow down is evident in places. We might be out of the park on this one but we added a Trance soundtrack as it was all a bit dull without audio.

Not sure if it works but still, its just an experiment in soundtracks to Google Earth, if anyone else knows of a Google Earth movie with a good soundtrack (apart from from Jason Dancing..which if you havent seen it is neat, although not as good as the genius that is Where the Hell is Matt) let us know..

A higher resolution version can be downloaded here (.wmv 46Mb)

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

2 Comments

  1. jrgd - August 24, 2006

    not using GE actually – but same desire underneath, and much worth the click: http://www.thomastraum.com/work/satellitefilms/

  2. Andy - August 25, 2006

    Thanks for the link – i love the clouds!

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