iPhoto export plugin iPhotoToGoogleEarth is up to version 1.02, adding altitude data (in case you’re flying) and, yes, timestamps. If the time was in the EXIF data, it’ll now be in Google Earth — couldn’t be easier.
The Earth is Squarelists what’s new in the soon-to-be-released NASA World Wind 1.4 beta. Impressively quickly, it sounds like KML Importer will gain timestamp support, while WMS support gets an upgrade. NWW also seems to be working on making itself prettier, with animated 3D clouds, 3D lighting and atmospheric scattering effects promised.
Roo Reynolds over at Eightbarmakes progress on a SketchUp => Second Life converter.
2 thoughts on “Short news: KML timestamp support for iPhotoToGoogleEarth, NASA World Wind”
Hi, sorry this is off topic, but I wanted to let you know that Wikimapia just released a new Google Earth layer that allows all their places to be seen within Google Earth.
Here is my write-up: Wikimapia Invades Google Earth!
Some of those tools might help to figure out this Google Earth find:
Mystery landscape in China
That’s the place in the Chinese desert where a military facility has a giant (900 by 700 meter) scale-model replica of the part of India they have occupied since 1962. Nobody can figure out why they built the duplicate, though.
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