Google Earth & Google Maps

New Google Maps feature help you find out your car parked location

New Google Maps feature help you find out your car parked location

New Google Maps feature will help you find your parked car. Though it already has the automatic parking location detection, it doesn’t really work always. So when you park your car next time, open Google Maps and tap the blue dot, that is your location. Then tap the “Save your parking” option to save your spot on the map. You ...

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Google Maps vs OpenStreetMap: Which is the Best Web Mapping Service?

Google Maps vs OpenStreetMap

Google Maps vs OpenStreetMap: Which is the Best Web Mapping Service? As a cartographer, you actually have an option as far as maps are concerned, but the solution isn’t so clear like was in the past. Google’s maps remain the king; however, OpenStreetMap is becoming a force to reckon with, getting more popular among different applications as well as services. ...

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Share location in real time with Google Maps’ new feature

Share location in real time with Google Maps’ new feature

Now Google Maps will let you tell your friends where you are and give them directions to your location. It will also let you pick a special friend (like a family member, spouse or love interest, for example) to share your location with long-term. The new feature is available now but you’ll need to set it up for each individual. ...

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Hidden features of Google Maps you didn’t know

Hidden features of Google Maps you didn’t know

Whether you like it or not, Google Maps play an important role in our lives. The app that helps you navigate through big cities, also has some hidden features that you may not know about. SHARE LOCATION Planning to catch up with friends? Use share location feature to find each other faster. TIME TRAVEL Time travel allows you to observe ...

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Largest optical reflecting telescopes Google Earth

largest optical reflecting telescopes Google Earth

the largest optical reflecting telescopes with objective diameters of 3.0 metres (120 in) or greater is sorted by aperture, which is one limit on the light-gathering power and resolution of a reflecting telescope’s optical assembly. The mirrors themselves can be larger than the aperture, and telescopes may use aperture synthesis achieved by interferometry. Telescopes designed to be used as optical ...

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River Cross Section delineation using Google Earth

River Cross Section delineation using Google Earth

River Cross Section can be checked by using Google Earth’s Elevation Profile Tool. Current Video demonstrates how to use elevation profile tool to delineate cross sections for river channel. It is a simple application of elevation profile.

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DEM Generation using Google Earth and WebPortal (gpsvisualizer)

DEM Generation using Google Earth and WebPortal (gpsvisualizer)

This video demonstrates how to use Google Earth in integration with GPS Visualizer web Portal for DEM generation. A digital elevation model (DEM) is a 3D representation of a terrain’s surface. DEM is used to delineate terrain parameters, such as slope, drainage network, watershed boundaries etc., These parameters are often required in preparation of development and conservation plan for natural ...

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