Here is your chance to populate the earth with your unique perspective about places that you have been, and experiences that you have had. Educators can use this to teach history, geography, reading, social studies, anthropology, ecology and many other subjects. This is a helpful tool for other industries such as travel, real estate, environment, weather, geology.
Following are some presentations that we have made:
Here is a tutorial about how to get started on taking tours with your web browser. To get the Google Earth plugin, simply download and install Google Earth, or click on the link that shows up for people who still need the plugin. If you still need help, there is a tutorial that might help.
Here is a presentation showing what a family history presentation could look like. Fly to the various events of the life of Thomas Noble, a Puritan settler. Here is a web page with an index into various events of his life.
Here is a tour of the life of President Obama. This tour is still under construction, but it gives you an idea about how this project works.
Here is a tour of most if not all of the beautiful Mormon Temple architecture throughout the world. Most of these have been rendered in three dimensions.
Visit this page often to find the newest virtual tours. A few of the tours that are in the works: Battlefields of the U.S. Civil War; the most popular museums of the world, complete with links to 3-D 360 views of rooms; a tool that will generate tours of the lives of your ancestors.