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February 25, 2014 AT 4:00 am

Digital Detritus Dover a Google Earth Installation

Digital Detritus Dover by Peter Root via triangulationblog.com:

Digital Detritus Dover is part of an on-going series of digital installations situated in Google Earth. DDD was created by building 3d digital models and locating and animating them in Google Earth using KML code. The soundtrack was created using a well known song about the white cliffs of Dover.

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See more at peterroot.com


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