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Google Earth PhotoOverlay with Hotspots

By November 19, 2007 No Comments

Stefan Geens of the Ogle Earth Blog has put up an interesting post which in part uses our labs Google Earth PhotoOverlay Creator to good effect for archaeological dig visualisation.

It is well worth taking a look at Stefans’ post as he has integrated other photographs into the panorama, creating an interesting use of photooverlay and Google Earth. Indeed in this instance Google Earth becomes more of a general visualisation platform, something that you may of seen in VRML or such like a few years ago.

View Stefans Post – of note is the panorama created using his Nokia (we assume N95?)

Download PhotoOverlay Creator and view the Tutorial.

How to Stitch a Panorama with the Nokia N95

Andy

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

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