Saturday, April 30, 2005

Google Maps: SF Brunch, Great View Taken from an example on the Google blog, I noticed (not for the first time) that some of these buildings were photographed from the southwest, and others from the northeast. I assume that means these satelites are not in equatorial orbits (makes sense). So parts of these pictures were taken on different orbits, and stiched together. How? I would expect to find a buiding here and there split in half with half taken from one perspective and half from the other. Unless they are actually paying people to do the stitching.

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