Author Archives: Steven

Trip View Bowl in New Google Earth

Since 2009 early, I found a method to create Street View images without a tripod, I have made more than six thousand panos(homemade Street view) aroud taiwan. At beginning, I put those panos in Google Earth. In Google Earth then, … Continue reading

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2017「Wings For Life World Run」in Google Earth

For race, basically there are two elements, one is distance, the other is the time, most of the events are a fixed distance, runners get less time by their ability to finish, less events have fixed time first, and runners … Continue reading

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4D Maokong Gondola Revival!

I have ever created a model of a cable system called the Maokong Gondola in 2007. I not only modeled the Maokong Gondola GE File, but also created a time animation showing it in use. GEB had been reported this … Continue reading

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Kumamoto Castle Street View Tour

Kumamoto Castle (熊本城 Kumamoto-jō) is a hilltop Japanese castle located in Chūō-ku, Kumamoto in Kumamoto Prefecture. It was a large and extremely well fortified castle. The castle tower (天守閣 tenshukaku) is a concrete reconstruction built in 1960, but several ancillary … Continue reading

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Google Earth Street View Tour Generator

Google Taiwan announced in March this year (2016) , they finished the most tough task to extent street view coverage to Yushan – the highest mountain(altitude 3952 meter) in Taiwan. As long as you move your finger, follow the arrow … Continue reading

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Celebrate Chinese Spring Festival in Google Earth

Inspired by the GEB fireworks generator, I tried it with Taipei 101 (Latitude:25.033903,Longitude:121.564510), and I got this result. This seems good, but maybe those fireworks’ altitudes are too low . In addition, with the fixed view angle, some fireworks was … Continue reading

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