Here’s a quick update. I’ll be travelling the next few days, so posting may be intermittent. (In the meantime, I’ve updated the Ogle Earth link list.)
- SketchUpModels.com is a very nicely designed commercial repository of models, for sale at affordable prices. There’s also a gallery of very good free content. SketchUpModels uses the iTunes model of selling intellectual property, whereas the previously blogged Form Fonts uses an subscription model, a la Rhapsody.
- Mini meme: Not one, but two scouting blogs embrace SketchUp as a tool for developing camping furniture.
- Via The Stoa Consortium, Building a New Rome: The Imperial Colony of Pisidian Antioch, a website about the ancient city of Antioch accompanying an exhibition at the Kelsey Museum of Archeology in Michigan. There is an overlay for Google Earth, but as the site also contains 2D images of 3D flythroughs of Antioch, it would be even cooler to get that 3D file into Google Earth and let us do it ourselves.