Monday, July 16, 2007

Google Earth New York Grows


Google Earth New York (my other New York recreation project) is growing by leaps and bounds thanks to some major updates at the 3D Warehouse by the talented Sketchup model maker's. Here's a quick look around the city to see what's going on.

Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.

Shea Stadium in Queens

The U.S. Tennis Center next door in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

The Queensboro Bridge

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Park Avenue (looking south from 57th Street)

A re-textured Flatiron Building

Heading south along Fifth Avenue into Greenwich Village we glide over Washington Square Arch in Washington Square Park.

The Financial District is nearing completion.

The Manhattan Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge (now with textures)

The TWA Terminal at JFK Airport

The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge which is the longest suspension bridge in the United States. It connects Brooklyn to Staten Island.

Again, all these creation are available for download in Google Earth at the 3D Warehouse.

1 comment:

Yayo said...

It's cool to see your progres!!

I've posted about your blog in Neatorama months ago. I come by from time to time and now I see you're centering all your texts and they seem hard to read that way :(

Please, center just the centerable ^g^