Google Earth 7.0 for Android brings new, super-detailed 3D maps for some cities (update: video)
Here’s a bit of a surprise that slipped under the radar during the Google I/O keynote: Google Earth for Android has been updated to 7.0 to take advantage of the new 3D map technology it unveiled at another special event just a few weeks ago. As a refresher, the visuals are automatically created from 45-degree aerial imagery and can pick up 3D elements as subtle as trees. Before you go racing to your hometown to see how it looks in 3D, be aware that just a handful of cities and regions exploit that dimension. Besides San Francisco Bay, the full coverage extends to Boulder, Boston, Charlotte, Lawrence, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Portland, San Antonio, San Diego, Santa Cruz and Tampa in the US, with Rome being the lone international hotspot. If that’s too few places to visit, there’s always the addition of guided tours. Android users can head over Google Play to get the update today; iOS users shouldn’t fret, as they’ll get the new maps soon.
Pubblicato il 28/06/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag 3d, 3D Maps, 3dMaps, aerial photography, AerialPhotography, android, app, apps, cellphone, Cellphones, google, google android, google earth, google io, google io 2012, GoogleAndroid, GoogleEarth, GoogleIo, GoogleIo2012, mapping, maps, tablet, tablet pc, tablet pcs, TabletPc, TabletPcs, tablets, update, upgrade, video. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.