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    www.bis.bayern.de

    everything you need about bavary! High resolution Images 1m or better I think. Map up to Top15. 3D view of the area.

    Really nice this.

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    French Atlantic coast digital ortho can be found here: http://siglittoral.test.application.equipement. gouv.fr

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    I've added some additional U.S. state sites offering National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) photos to the Wiki. Mostly they're 1 meter color from 2002 or 2003. I also found that this summer California will be participating in NAIP to get 1-meter natural color imagery for the entire state, which will be publicly available probably in another year.

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    Originally posted by Guest@Mar 30 2005, 12:38 AM
    One more good one....2003 Color aerials for entire state of Indiana.

    http://aviationtoolbox.org/raw_data/USDA/I...na_aerial_2003/

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    A friendlier interface for this data:
    http://www.indiana.edu/~gisdata/naip/naip2003.htm
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    There is a server for Japanese aerial photography at this address: http://w3land.mlit.go.jp/WebGIS/index.html

    The navigation of the website is all in Japanese. The photos appear to cover the whole country in about 1 meter resolution.

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    These lists are cool but i haven't seen anyone say how to get them into WW. i don't know how to make an add on or plug in. is someone working on getting all this extra imagery in? Hope so. I wish I were more computer literate so i could help.

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    Originally posted by PostFatal@Jul 1 2005, 12:43 AM
    These lists are cool but i haven't seen anyone say how to get them into WW. i don't know how to make an add on or plug in. is someone working on getting all this extra imagery in? Hope so. I wish I were more computer literate so i could help.
    People are doing it when they have time, and when the license permits.

    I don't think anyone's checked these sources to see if the imagery can be used in WW.

    But we are getting things done, and more imagery sources, and so on. Got some moon stuff, and some declassified 1970s stuff this week, too

    We're getting as much data in as we can, as quickly as we can.

    But if anyone out there wants to fiddle and investigate please do, afterall World Wind is heavily driven by the community (you, me, most of the developers, etc)

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    Originally posted by 5of0@Jun 9 2005, 08:11 PM
    A friendlier interface for this data:
    http://www.indiana.edu/~gisdata/naip/naip2003.htm
    IU has also set up an IMS site with the imagery on it. //gis.iu.edu:8290

    Purdue also has a IMS site with the NAIP imagery, plus other vector and raster data for the entire state of Indiana. Address is //watershed.agriculture.purdue.edu

    Also, in the spring of '05. Somewhere, the where hasn't been determine yet, there will be 1ft true color and 1meter color infrared for the entire state of Indiana. PLus 2ft elevation contours, in very heavliy forested areas the contours will be 5ft intervals.



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    Originally posted by 5of0@Jun 9 2005, 10:11 PM
    A friendlier interface for this data:
    http://www.indiana.edu/~gisdata/naip/naip2003.htm

    From that site:
    "All files in the ISDP are archived on a robotic tape system called the Indiana University Massive Data Storage System (MDSS). When a file download is initiated, the robotic arm retrieves the necessary tape and loads it into a tape reader. The requested file is then read from tape and transferred to a computer hard drive before the file transfer actually begins."

    It sounds like maybe it wouldn't be a good idea to expose this system to WW.

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    Thanks for that, it made me laugh.

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