We continue to contribute quality, publishable content to our friends at Google Earth
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 14, 2008
CyberCity 3D, Inc. (http://www.cybercity3d.com) today announced that it will be contributing, in the form of a cost-free license to Google, 3D buildings, aerial imagery, and elevation models to be published in Google Earth and other Google services. CyberCity 3D will provide thousands of buildings extending from California (such as Santa Monica and Los Angeles) to Europe. Buildings in cities such as Paris and Florence are part of this contribution and will complement other CyberCity contributed models including the European city of Hamburg, Germany. In addition to these direct contributions, CyberCity 3D has previously submitted models to be published in Google Earth™ via Google's 3D Warehouse.
Merging its cutting edge 3D buildings and city models with Google Earth's™ ground-breaking ability to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips, CyberCity 3D is actively signing on partners to market real estate and travel-related web services associated with its 3D City Models for the web. CyberCity3D Real Estate
"We continue to contribute quality, publishable content to our friends at Google Earth," stated Kevin DeVito, CEO of CyberCity 3D. "Our city model library is expanding as we sign partners to market real estate and travel related web services associated with our 3D City Models."
About CyberCity 3D, Inc.:
CyberCity 3D builds interactive, geo-referenced, high-resolution, computer based 3D city models for web publishing and other applications. The Company is now launching solutions to Real Estate, Travel and Related Markets built on the Google Earth platform. CyberCity 3D's models are used to develop and interact with three dimensional spaces and structures through visual exploration for the purposes of web advertising, planning and business development. Our target markets include travel, real estate, security, navigation, simulation, engineering, city planning, architecture, GIS, and entertainment.
CyberCity 3D in Google Warehouse