Movies 10-20

Google Earth London – Level of Detail/Network Links

Loading large city models requires intelligent data management and loading structures, especially in the case of Virtual London where the model now extends to over 2000 Km in extent. To manage the data, Richard Milton here at CASA has written a KML file to use the Network Link function of…

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Second Life – The Metaverse Gets Noticed

Second Life is beginning to enter the main stream. First the BBC’s Radio One set up home in the Virtual World and now Duran Duran are set to perform ‘live’. We are posting this as a reader requested a high resolution copy of the movie that accompanies our original Second…

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Google Earth Canary Wharf

Last Friday we posted a movie created of Canary Wharf from simply downloading the models at the Google 3D Warehouse. The models were created byOlivier Salome (with the tag Jef at the 3D Warehouse) and we asked him to get in touch.. thankfully he did and he agreed to a…

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London Churches ‘Step Inside’ Panoramas

We like this one, ok so it sounds like self congratulations but hey how hard is it to gets comments and hits on a site (it seems hard!)… Anyway this is movie 3 in the series of ‘step inside’ panoramas with Ray Tracing in 3D Max and set to Requiem…

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London – Movie ‘Step Inside Panoramic Globes’ 2

Continuing the experiments into ‘step inside’ panoramaswe have posted another movie below that takes in the sights of Leicester Square, Tower Bridge, Covent Garden and others. Made in the same style as the previous post it places high resolution panoramas in an x/y/z space allowing the user to ‘step inside’…

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Rapid Architecture – Lidar Movie

We are in the first stages of our work funded by London Connects to extend the London model to the cities extent. As part of this we are working with Raw Lidar Data (LIght Detection And Ranging) – take a look at Lidar.com for more info. Using data provided by…

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Global Warming – London Flooding

With a 3D model it is possible to visualise the impact of sea level change. South London is built on marsh land and is thus more prone to flooding. We have produced a movie that illustrates sea level rise in metres. It clearly picks up the moat around the Tower…

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