Dublin and Cardiff now in 3D

Today, we added Dublin, Ireland and Cardiff, Wales to our collection of photo-textured 3D cities in Google Earth. With the '3D Buildings' layer in Google Earth turned on, you can now fly to these cities and explore everything from famous landmarks like Cardiff Castle, St. David's Hall, Aras An Uachtarain, and Custom House, to the quiet alleys of these historic cities. Cardiff and Dublin are comprised of primarily autogenerated models, but also include some user-created models as well. Have a look at this video for a look at the newest 3D cities in Google Earth.



Whether you're new to these cities, a native and feeling homesick, or anything in between, 3D cities in Google Earth enable you to visit locations on Earth no matter where you are. Enjoy!

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5 comments :

Russ said...

I'd like to know more about these auto-generated models.

frenchrogue said...

funny, the show torchwood takes place in cardiff

Lalla said...

Wonderful model!!! Congrats to have created it!!!

dublinstreams said...

what with the lack of details about all this,no advertisement its 007 secrecy.

Stef Williams said...

Is there any way we can use/modify these autogenerated models?
I did some of the University buildings in Cardiff, and would like to improve on the autogenerated ones for a Web API virtual tour...