Google has just released an API, or application programmer’s interface for Google Earth that allows website developers to embed a google earth application in any website. Users will have to have Google Earth installed on their systems and they will need a plugin which aside from a browser restart, installs rather painlessly. So now instead of seeing a Google map embedded on a web page, you will start seeing an instance of Google Earth so you can pan around in 3D. Pretty Cool. Check out an example and some video from Google after the break.
So you probably couldn’t order any of these things and expect to get them to your GIS colleague before the Christmas holiday, but they would make a great belated present! Geo-Tee has these T-Shirts and […]
ESRI has recently released an iPhone and iPad app that will allow developers to bring content derived from ArcGIS to the popular iOS platforms. According to ESRI’s website, the ArcGIS app will allow users to […]