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 [...]
October 8th, 2009
I was reading the forum at last and came across someone mentioning Danish imagery in World Wind Java, this seemed a bit unfair to .NET users so I downloaded the WWJ SDK and converted the data from Scankort to a .NET xml, I also included the California NAIP (slow speeds) and open street map layers.
March 2nd, 2009
The total number of downloads for the alpha build of World Wind 1.4.1 is over 13,000, that is not including any mirrors out there, pretty impressive.
I released the alpha on the 31st of January with a short post on the World Wind Forum, since then I have made one short blog post about it, [...]