Blender Tutorial – Capture Google Map 3D models into Blender. Google Maps include a lot of complete 3D models of famous cities in the world. You can capture any 3D models into your Blender through RenderDoc. Enjoy and have fun!
Full Tutorial, include real-time on-screen keyboard strokes and mouse clicks. 100% step by step. Guarantee understand.
Google Map 3D is free. However, if you want to use in Commercial, please read their terms and condition, or ask your lawyer, ask your legal advisor.
My tutorial is just a demo, have fun, and Enjoy
Download Blender here:
Download RenderDoc here:
Download the Blender Plugin (MapsModelsImporter):
Google Chrome Shortcut:
C:WindowsSystem32cmd.exe /c “SET RENDERDOC_HOOK_EGL=0 && START “” ^”C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe^” –disable-gpu-sandbox –gpu-startup-dialog”
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Google Earth and Google Map 3D
Google Earth shows 3D building models in some cities, including photorealistic 3D imagery. The first 3D buildings in Google Earth were created using 3D modeling applications such as SketchUp and, beginning in 2009, Building Maker, and were uploaded to Google Earth via the 3D Warehouse. In June 2012, Google announced that it would be replacing user-generated 3D buildings with an auto-generated 3D mesh. This would be phased in, starting with select larger cities, with the notable exception of cities such as London and Toronto which required more time to process detailed imagery of their vast number of buildings. The reason given is to have greater uniformity in 3D buildings and to compete with Nokia Here and Apple Maps, which were already using this technology. The coverage began that year in 21 cities in four countries. By early 2016, 3D imagery had been expanded to hundreds of cities in over 40 countries, including every U.S. state and encompassing every continent except Antarctica.
In 2009, in a collaboration between Google and the Museo del Prado in Madrid, the museum selected 14 of its paintings to be photographed and displayed at the resolution of 14,000 megapixels inside the 3D version of the Prado in Google Earth and Google Maps.
Google Earth is a computer program that renders a 3D representation of Earth based primarily on satellite imagery. The program maps the Earth by superimposing satellite images, aerial photography, and GIS data onto a 3D globe, allowing users to see cities and landscapes from various angles. Users can explore the globe by entering addresses and coordinates, or by using a keyboard or mouse. The program can also be downloaded on a smartphone or tablet, using a touch screen or stylus to navigate. Users may use the program to add their own data using Keyhole Markup Language and upload them through various sources, such as forums or blogs. Google Earth is able to show various kinds of images overlaid on the surface of the earth and is also a Web Map Service client. Recently Google has revealed that Google Earth now covers more than 98 percent of the world, and has captured 10 million miles of Street View imagery, a distance that could circle the globe more than 400 times.