Earth3D is a program to display the earth as a 3D globe (including heightfields) in real-time. One can zoom until cities become visible. It uses huge datasets that are loaded on demand over the internet. It is possible to embed dynamic data into the view

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  • This tool delivers the best view of the Earth and its components. Thank you so much.

  • Earth 3D is the best earth visualization I have ever seen. Thanks a lot for sharing!

  • Excellent work

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Education, End Users/Desktop, Information Technology, Science/Research

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2004-04-19