Building blocks 3D models detailed facades

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A)Building blocks: 3D models with detailed facades

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B)Building blocks 3D models detailed facades November 19, 2009 earthtopomaps

C)Building blocks 3D models detailed facades With tools like SketchUp and Building Maker, modelers around the world have been creating remarkably high-quality 3D buildings for Google Earth — just check out any of our Featured Modelers to see the impressive work they’ve been doing. We’ve also had local governments contributing models of their entire city – like Amherst, Massachusetts and Washington, DC – through our Cities in 3D program.

At Google, we’ve also been busy working on expanding our 3D coverage. Last week, we added detailed 3D models for Valencia, Spain. Many of these were Google-created models and before that, across the Atlantic, we released models in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Indianapolis, Indiana. In addition to adding entirely new areas, we’ve been tinkering with ways to make richer, detailed 3D models. If you zoom into downtown Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Berkeley. Or Stockton you’ll now notice that our 3D coverage is now much more extensive and a lot more vibrant.
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San Diego, CA

 

building blocks 3d models detailed facades

Berkeley, CA.

 

The buildings in these five California cities now have detailed facades. Meaning that you can see storefronts and architectural details like you would if you were walking down the street. We’ve constructed these models by using imagery from Street View, similar to the way that users can make photo-textured models in SketchUp 7.1.

With these models in Google Earth you can go in one swoop from viewing the globe through an astronaut’s eyes to virtually browsing the shops in San Francisco’s Chinatown or San Diego’s Gaslamp District.
Showing is always better than telling, especially for an interactive and vivid experience like this, so go explore the models in Google Earth. To kickstart your exploration, check out this video preview of what awaits you: earthtopomaps.com


Posted by Christian Frueh and Manish Patel, 3D Modeling Team
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Explore Ancient Modern Rome in 3D

Explore Ancient Modern Rome in 3D

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Explore Ancient Modern Rome in 3D August 22, 2011
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[Cross-posted from the Google SketchUp BlogExplore Ancient Modern Rome in 3D
Rome really is an eternal city. With a history spanning over 2500 years and regimes from the early kingdom, through the republic, the empire, and later as the heart of the Catholic faith in the Vatican city, each has made their mark on the current urban architectural landscape of Rome. Now, with the release of thousands of new 3D buildings for the city, you can explore the blending of the ages in layered construction of Rome from within Google Earth.
Let’s start our exploration in the ruins of the ancient Roman forum, home of the original Roman republic. From here we can easily travel to some of the subsequent Imperial buildings such as the. Colosseum (AKA the Flavian Amphitheater) and Trajan’s Market and Column.

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Looking towards the Colosseum through the Roman Forum
Next, we’ll head Northwest, towards the Pantheon. And Piazza Navona. The Pantheon is a great example of the layered reuse of buildings in Rome; originally built in the Republican period, the Pantheon was retrofitted with the front portico in the Imperial period. And then later converted into a church. The shape of. Piazza Navona also displays its historic foundation as the site was originally the Stadium of Domitian in the Imperial era.

Central Rome showing the Pantheon and Piazza Navona
Lastly, let’s head over to the Vatican City. Where we can see great examples of the Renaissance and Baroque architecture of the city in. Saint Peter’s Basilica and the colonnade by Bernini around St. Peter’s square.

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St. Peter’s Basilica and Piazza in Vatican City
There is much more to explore in Italy’s modern capital. So have a look around this beautiful city! And don’t forget. A few years ago we also released ancient Rome in 3D which allows you to see. Rome as it was in 320 AD.To see Rome in  for yourself, use. Google Maps with Earth view or turn on. Google Earth’s “3D Buildings” layer and search for “Rome, Italy”. Alternatively, you can download this KML tour from the. Google Earth Gallery to take a virtual tour of the 3D landmarks for yourself. As always, feel free to use. Google Building Maker or Google SketchUp to make any improvements or additions to the city. Or to model your own town.

Happy touring!
Posted by Mason Thrall, Program Manager, Geo 3D earthtopomaps

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J)So have a look around this beautiful city!

J)So have a look around this beautiful city!

So have a look around this beautiful city!

3D Buildings Sketchup See the new buildings

3D Buildings Sketchup See the new buildings

A)3D Buildings Sketchup See the new buildings

B)3D Buildings SketchUp July 7, 2011

(Cross-posted on the Official SketchUp Blog) Looking for new 3D cities to explore in far off places? Well, you’re in luck! . C)Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. See the new buildings for yourself with the “ 3D Buildings ” layer in Google Earth or by using Google Maps with Earth view. You can get started viewing these spots though an immersive tour right away, or you can download the Google Earth plug-in to explore Google Maps in 3D. D)Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings.

3d buildings sketchup see

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E)Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. You can get started viewing these spots though an immersive tour right away.

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See the new buildings for yourself with the “ 3D Buildings ” layer in Google Earth or by using Google Maps with Earth view.

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Happy touring! Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings.
A royal view of the wedding procession, right in your browser

3D Buildings Sketchup

3D Buildings Sketchup

A)3D Buildings Sketchup See the new buildings

B)3D Buildings SketchUp July 7, 2011 

Looking for new 3D cities to explore in far off places? Well, you’re in luck! .. Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. See the new buildings for yourself with the “ 3D Buildings ” layer in Google Earth or by using Google Maps with Earth view.You can get started viewing these spots though an immersive tour right away, or you can download the Google Earth plug-in to explore Google Maps in 3D. A)Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings.

B)Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. You can get started viewing these spots though an immersive tour right away.

See the new buildings for yourself with the “ 3D Buildings ” layer in Google Earth or by using Google Maps with Earth view.

Posted by Catherine Moats, 3D Data Specialist A royal view of the wedding procession, right in your browser.

C)3D Buildings sketchup

April 27, 2011

Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. You can get started viewing these spots though an immersive tour right away. Or you can download the Google Earth plug-in to explore Google Maps in 3D. Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings.

With one click, you can travel to Buckingham Palace. Fly to an aerial perspective of Westminster Abbey, or get a clock-level view of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

Whatever way you’re celebrating on

Friday. We hope this rich data of London in Google Earth and Google Maps brings you that little bit closer to this historic event.

Or you can download the Google Earth plug-in to explore Google Maps in 3D. Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings.

You can get started viewing these spots though an immersive tour right away. Or you can download the Google Earth plug-in to explore Google Maps in 3D. Last month weexpanded our 3D imagery of central London’s buildings. earthtopomaps

Maps Street View The best things come in small

Maps Street View

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C)Maps Street View The best things come in small (Street View!) packages

D)Google Maps Street View January 13, 2016
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Boasting 13,000 meters of track. And more than 200,000 tiny citizens. the museum includes tiny replicas of a variety of German provinces. Famous places in America. And even a fully-functioning airport!. Maps Street View.  For those looking to relive their childhood dreams of being a conductor of their own railway and playing with dollhouses. We have a Street View surprise for you:. Hamburg’s famed Miniatur Wunderland. The world’s largest model railway. Has come to Google Maps. Boasting 13,000 meters of track. And more than 200,000 tiny citizens. the museum includes tiny replicas of a variety of German provinces. Famous places in America and even a fully-functioning airport!.

Witness the local fire department spring into action when a building catches fire. But to capture the nooks and crannies in Miniatur Wunderland. But to capture the nooks and crannies in Miniatur Wunderland. Stop by the city’s rusticfarmer’s market, witness the local fire department spring into action when a building catches fire. But to capture the nooks and crannies in Miniatur Wunderland. maps street view

 

Stop by the city’s rusticfarmer’s market, witness the local fire department spring into action when a building catches fire. But to capture the nooks and crannies in Miniatur Wunderland. maps street view

Stop by the city’s rusticfarmer’s market, witness the local fire department spring into action when a building catches fire. But to capture the nooks and crannies in Miniatur Wunderland. maps street view

 

 

I)Maps Street View. But to capture the nooks and crannies in Miniatur Wunderland.

J)But to capture the nooks and crannies in Miniatur Wunderland.

Stop by the city’s rusticfarmer’s market, witness the local fire department spring into action when a building catches fire. Witness the local fire department spring into action when a building catches fire. M)

 

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