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28 April 2015
There are many Digital Earth Globes in use around the world that provide access to vast amounts of scientific and cultural information to help people understand the Earth and its natural and human phenomena.
To understand the range of Globes in use, and to inform the Open Digital Earth Foundation in its mission to develop a Globe application for societal benefit, the CRCSI researcher Jessica Keysers undertook a preliminary review of 16 unique digital globe platforms and 21 associated visualisation applications.
The Review of Digital Globes 2015 paper provokes two options: Google Earth as a ready-to-use package or open-source through Cesium and World Wind.
A copy of the report can be downloaded from here.
11 May 2015
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1 May 2015
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