Orton Virtual Visit

I recently visualized Ortons projects in 2005, some of which I have been involved in, through Google Earth:

Technologically speaking, Google Earth may be one of the best recent examples of "innovation in place" available in the public domain. Described as "a 3D interface to the planet," Google Earth provides a powerful interactive platform for exploring and understanding the places where we live.

Taking advantage of this new, free technology, we have set up the Orton Virtual Visit within Google Earth to allow you to "fly" from project site to project site, view from above their topography and land use patterns and simultaneously access related project information from our website. We believe this feature provides a unique perspective on the nature and scale of today's land use challenges. And besides, it's a lot of fun.

In my eyes a great way to present work with a spatial dimension.
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