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|These terrain spikes are huge...and they magically multiply in size if you zoom in slowly, from ~1400 feet to over 2000 feet.||12/03/2009||2,017|
|The terrain in this part of California make the freeway look like a rollercoaster.
NOTE: Terrain must be enabled.||01/27/2008||2,311|
|Hmmm...they misplaces the road while doing the terrain here. That's a dam, but the road isn't on it. |
(Turn terrain on)
|Actually known as hedehogs, these spiked barriers are effecitve at keeping mechanized units out. They are very prominent at the beggining of the movie "Saving Private Ryan." These hedgehogs in particular are a WWII memorial showing the furthest point German troops penetrated Russia.||05/02/2006||706|
|3d Tour of the Tomorrowland TTA ride, using my script to work from overhead placemarks, changing default alt to 5 meters. turn on buildings, on terrain, enjoy.
ADMIN NOTE - Be sure to turn on your 3D Buildings layer AND your terrain layer.
|OK for this one you have to Start in the colorized terrain on Mars that shows land elevation. This will take you to a spot where you can clearly see that there is something very large there. The colorization indicates that the "something" reaches a height of 21km. Now...with the "something" centered in your page, click on the Visible image to go back to the normal satelli...||03/05/2010||1,010|
|These are some very skinny mountains. :D||04/10/2012||1,089|
|Originally built in that 12th Century by the Hindu Kakatiyas, the fort was reinforced by masonry by the Bahamanis who occupied in 1363. The existing structure was later expanded by Qutub Shahi Kings into a massive fort. In 1687, the fortress was besieged by the mighty moguls emperor Aurangazeb, after it was treacherously betrayed. The main citadel is built on a granite hill 120 m high and is...||10/01/2005||475|
3d buildings, terrain=1
|Based off a creation by equitus at bbs.keyhole.com|
Turn terrain off for the best effect
|no altitude hopping. tilt=90, alt=9m, use 3d buildings, terrain =1 - i created this as a nice simulation that is a bit awkward to create merely using navigation. ||07/20/2008||423|
|Across the street from the Golden Mount, Wat Ratchanadda probably the most unique temple design in Bangkok. Rama III began construction of the ‘Loha Prasat’ in the 19th century but due to its complexity of design, it was completed only recently. Wat Ratchanadda comprises five towers of varying sizes topped by huge iron spikes. The temples many columns create a labyrinth that is great fun to exp...||08/23/2005||369|
|With the new terrain in Switzerland its much easier to see how switchbacks work in the alps. ||03/06/2007||510|