Don’t know why it took me so long, but finally got around to downloading Google Earth 4.0.1565 beta ver. Way cool!
I’ve noticed that in major cities, you can zoom in so close you can see cars and even pedestrians. In more rural or remote areas, or smaller towns, zooming in to house level shows very fuzzy images.
Is that a matter of me not having a good enough graphics card, or is it that the images are just not that good?
My daughter lives just outside a small town in Colorado. The community buildings are shown (albeit fuzzy), but where her house should be, there’s nothing. The house was built about 10 years ago. Still to be scanned?
How the heck did they get images of the entire earth (mostly)? Are they all satellite images, or some aerial photography?