Worldwide Telescope Data Blog

This blog is dedicated to sharing information about using Worldwide Telescope for creating rich Earth and Sky based data visualizations and tours.

February, 2009

  • Worldwide Telescope Data Blog

    Tips and Tricks II

    • 0 Comments
    Foreground Studies So there you are, happily making a tour and want to fade in a picture of some study. You get your camera all aligned, and then click on the thumbnail of the study. And then WWT promptly moves to a new position so that you can see the...
  • Worldwide Telescope Data Blog

    SkyView Queries

    • 0 Comments
    As you may or may not know, NASA's SkyView service (led by Tom McGlynn) has been extremely helpful to getting WWT running, providing data for over half our surveys. They've put out a heat map showing the most frequently accessed regions of the sky since...
  • Worldwide Telescope Data Blog

    WWT Academic Development Kit

    • 0 Comments
    We have put out a couple of tools for people to convert their own data to WWT format. You can process pictures of individual objects in the sky using WWT StudyChopper , and low and medium resolution panoramas, planetary textures, and sky surveys using...
  • Worldwide Telescope Data Blog

    New Datasets in WWT

    • 0 Comments
    Those using WWT today may notice some new datasets in there. Preliminary versions of these datasets have been in the WWT Data and Experimental communities for the past month. You can find them under All-Sky Surveys. The DSS Smoothed dataset is a initial...
Page 1 of 1 (4 items)