Super Modeler Conference

Starting tomorrow, August 6th, twenty Google Earth 3D modelers will join us in Boulder, Colorado for a two-day conference. These super modelers are flying in from locations around the world; including, Brazil, Belgium, Germany, Poland, United Kingdom, Argentina, and around the US. They have created and published hundreds of beautifully detailed 3D models in Google Earth.

They will meet with product managers and engineers to share their experiences in working with Google SketchUp, Google 3D Warehouse and Google Earth. And, of course, they're here to have some fun in sunny Boulder with the Google crew. We will be tweeting from the conference and you can follow the tweets here: @3dwh and @sketchup.


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John said...

As an attendee at this conference, I am sure I write on behalf of all the delegates saying that it was a superb, informative and productive two days. And thank you once again to Google for their hospitality.

tomcioZG said...

I acknowledge the John words. It's nice to meet you John and everyone in Boulder. Thank you!

Ron Hall76 said...

Ditto. First class conference run by a great bunch of people. Made some new friends, learned a bunch.

milo minderbinder said...

I was asked to come too! but I'm only 15 years old... I thought it wasn't such a big deal, but now I see what I missed out on! my collection could have been in the supermodelers-collection. I could have learned tips and tricks, and met lots of other sketchuppers from all around the world!

Bye!

MILO Minderbinder

Pablenko said...

im sorry to say you missed a lot, but is great to hear that a 15 year old boy was considered a super modeler!

WardNL said...

Good work guys, keep it up!
Wonderful models.

milo minderbinder said...

Hey Ward! Are you from the Netherlands?