Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable