Neave Labs showcases a number of Flash experiments hand-coded by Neave. His latest offering, Flash Earth, lets you see anywhere in the world using satellite images from Google Maps or MSN Virtual Earth.
Flash Earth runs in your browser without the need to download software, you can learn more about it’s development on the Neave Blog.
Via Mike Chambers
- Google Earth Hacks – provides information and a growing collection of file downloads to use with the Google Earth application.
- Google Maps Mania – An unofficial Google Maps blog tracking the websites, ideas and tools being influenced by Google Maps.
- Things that people do with Google Maps – Henk van Ess’s collection of interesting projects and tools using material from Google Maps.
Maps and Music
- Making Music Videos With Google Earth – Jim Thompson points to three nice videos made with Google Earth.
- Wonderful World – Take a ride across the vlogoshere with music soundtrack.
- FeedMap lets you geo-code your blog, browse already geo-coded blogs and search for blogs. Once geo-coded, you can get your own BlogMap location using a simple url that allows you to network with your local bloggers.
- Vlogmap.org is an online resource which shows where participating vloggers are located around the world, along with links to key information about their video blogs. Anyone can submit info to VlogMap.org to be listed on the map, as long as you run a video blog.
- Xearth renders a shaded image of the earth on your desktop, as seen from your favorite vantage point in space. By default, the image is updated every five minutes according to the current position of the sun. (Windows Freeware)