Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanks to a notice by TechRepublic, here are five utilities for use with Google Earth: SketchUp (of course!) to create 3D models for Google Earth. RoboGEO is a utility for geo tagging image files. Google Earth KMZ or KML to GPS Converter to convert Google … Continue reading

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Using Building Maker with SketchUp

The video “Google SketchUp 8: Geo-modelling” shows how to use the  aerial photo perspectives from Google Earth to create a 3D model that you can then edit in SketchUp and upload to Google Warehouse: here (3.5 minutes)

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Joint Push-Pull plug-in

This tool looks impressive – see the video – though it’s not obvious when some features would be needed! (e.g. random extents) here “JointPushPull is a script that performs push pull on multiple faces in one operation. Unlike the native Sketchup … Continue reading

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Kubity plug-in

This seems intriguing but is not explained clearly: here The site invites pre-registration for the beta version, to be launched on 17 January 2013, along with short videos. “Kubity is a new cloud based application that instantly & directly converts any … Continue reading

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Plug-in: Texture Resizer for SketchUp

This plug-in seems useful – not tried out: details “This Plugin facilitates users to reduce the size of all textures in the model / selection. The SketchUp users can utilize this plugin at the time of sharing a large file … Continue reading

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Open Coffee business event

For the first time since 2011, I have used the Competition’s contact list to invite  businesses to an event as it is so relevant to the local networking the 3D_lgc project was about: Open Coffee Letchworth, Wednesday 6 November at … Continue reading

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