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  • Blog Post: SciScope app and code available for download

    Earlier today the code behind the SciScope site was made available at SciScope.CodePlex.com.  This enables others to make their datasets/repositories available and allow others to discover, download and utilize their data in a simple to use website.     Also the semantic support...
  • Blog Post: The Earth, Stars, and Planets in 3D

    One of the coolest new features of the WWT Solstice Borealis Beta (released at the beginning of Jan) is the ability to see the Earth, Stars, and Planets in a stereoscopic 3D effect .  I’ve been using the Anaglyph mode (View |  {arrow} | Stereo | Anaglyph) which uses the stylish red/cyan glasses...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth in full view

    Now this is a way to view Virtual Earth – talk about an immersive experience.  I would like to see how WorldWide Telescope would look on this display… PDC2008 ShowOff Entry: Multi-channel Virtual Earth Multi-channel Virtual Earth Description This video shows a multi-channel version of the Virtual...
  • Blog Post: Overlaying images on Virtual Earth without tiling

    One thing a lot of people complain about web mapping applications is having to create tiles to be able to overlay images as new map layers. Tiling is boring, time consuming and pointless if all you have is a 100 KB image (not images of different details for different zoom levels) with no noticeable distorted...
  • Blog Post: DeepEarth - VE and Silverlight Deep Zoom

    Just ran across he DeepEarth OpenSource community project on CodePlex - bringing SilverLight 2 Deep Zoom to Virtual Earth - it pans and zooms really smooth.  Test it out or check out the video Cross Posted from Dan Fay's Blog (http://blogs.msdn.com/dan_fay)
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