Earthview 3D software, 2001-2004

Made:
2001-2004 in Mountain View
maker:
Nvidia

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Earthviewer 3D software CD for one-year subscription, designed by Keyhole Inc and manufactured by Nvidia, California, United States, 2001-2004.

Earthviewer 3D, designed by Keyhole Inc, was software that allowed users to view maps and terrain across the world in 3D on their computer. It was first released on a subscription basis in 2002, and became after being acquired by Google was released as the free download Google Earth in 2005. Partnering the graphics processor company Nvidia, this is an early copy of the software CD Earthviewer 3D.

Details

Category:
Space Technology
Object Number:
L2014-4234
type:
software
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Lent by Brian A McClendon