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Google Earth

Google has a developed an application that uses satellite imagery, aerial images, and maps to provide a highly user-driven view of the world.

Google Earth provides the typical Internet-based mapping functions, such as locating a single address, mapping a course of travel between sites, or locating nearby businesses. In addition, Google Earth allows the user to "fly" to new locations, see 3D representations of buildings, and a variety of other enhancements.

Kelvin Smith Library (Notice Freiberger Library is still in this image):
KSL.jpg

Downtown Cleveland in 3D:
Cleveland.jpg

Posted by Brian Gray on July 20, 2005 11:20 AM
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