Friday, October 14, 2005

Virtual Globes List

Alan Glennon at UCSB's Department of Geography has created a listing of virtual globes. As defined in the blog description, "Virtual globes are three-dimensional representations of earth, and arguably, anywhere else in the universe."

Via: Ogle Earth

In our GIS labs we have loaded ArcGlobe, Google Earth (free version), Nasa World Wind, and Erdas Imagine Virtual Delivery for Virtual GIS. I do not have much experience with any of the others products, but I am anxious to try them out (the free ones at least). I will probably not have the time, but it would be great to develop a comparison chart similar to Vector One's ongoing Spatial Software Comparison Charts.

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