Clay Diggins

Meteor Crater In 3D

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Made another 3D map, this time it's Barringer (Meteor) Crater in Northern Arizona.

This is a small map, if you would like better resolution I have it but it will be a slow load on most connections.

You can move around in the 3D environment with your mouse. Pan, Zoom and get Information from the features. Try typing in an "r" and watch the mountain spin in 3D. Type an "L" to turn on or off the labels. The "I" in the lower left corner will show you more options.

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That's super cool, this resolution was instant fast on my cable (Comcast) connection and iPad and easy to navigate around, thank you.

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