October 17th, 2010
I recently received an email from Spoon asking if I had any objections to them putting NASA World Wind on their site, they are teaming up with SourceForge to convert the best Windows apps on their service.
Spoon is a site which takes Windows programs and apps and uses a special app virtualization technique [...]
February 18th, 2010
I’m a bit late with this news but Hooked on the Fly is now airing on The Sportsmans Channel, the satellite imagery used in this show was all created using NASA World Wind and uses only non-commercial satellite and orthoimagery.
The air times are -
Sunday 6:30 PM Tuesday 10:30 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM Thursday [...]
August 25th, 2009
I have moved the World Wind video channel across to the new beta channel, or YouTube 2.0 as they call it, I know a lot of people don’t like the new layout but I kind of do, although more customization options would be nice, while I was at it I pruned the World Wind [...]
August 21st, 2009
The NASA World Wind Servers will be down for maintenance this weekend, this means unless you have your data cached locally you won’t get any imagery, for .NET you will also experience long load times and possibly no toolbar, for Java apps I’m not quite sure what problems will occur.
The WorldWind Central server [...]
March 11th, 2009
To follow up on my post about the new nightly builds of World Wind Java I have put together a video clip, also I didn’t mention it in the last post but the builds are version 0.6 of the SDK. I’ll put a short description of how I made the video at the bottom of [...]
May 3rd, 2008
I was going to post this video on Earth Day, but I got too stressed trying to add audio to the mp4 with Quicktime, so I decided I’d use good old XVID instead and upload it today.
One thing I’ve noticed recently is YouTube only takes a few minutes to process a clip once [...]