Tucson and Cleveland in 3D

Tucson, Arizona and Cleveland, Ohio are some of the newest cities to join the Google Earth 3D family. If you haven't checked them out recently, it may be time to take a trip (download a kml tour)! These two American cities should not be missed, as they have a little of something for everyone!

Fly to the southern shore of Lake Erie and you will find Cleveland, rich with diverse architecture and history.

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7 comments :

Subjetivo said...

Guys

Sketchup is more that 3D cities.

Lots of us use it for other things.

Please try not to do 80% 3D cities and 20% modeling other things. It should be the other way around

J Kennington

guymac said...

Not seeing it; downtown Tucson is still flat as a pancake. Do I have to download a new version of Google Earth? [Using 5.1 from Nov 09].

Jeff Mogab said...

This is so cool! You guys are doing great work!!

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Niya said...

Nice 3d of tucson and cleveland. 3d shows a real and clear view of cities / building layers / vehicles internal parts. Thanks for sharing great 3d view of those cities. Keep blogging.

Regards,
3d interior models

ELeMarier said...

Is there any way I can get permission to use the Google Sketchup models and model them in Microsoft Flight Simulator. I would do this for free and not charge anything for scenery added by using the Google Sketchup models arleady used in Google Earth. They would be freeware scenery and the models could not be duplicated at all by reverse engineering. Please advise.

Thanks

Eric