Cool! Where Can I Find an Item? Use of the Google Earth Plugin by the National University Library of Singapore
A new post on the Google Earth Blog takes another look (with screen caps) at how the National University of Singapore (NUS) Library uses the Google Earth Plugin.
In a nutshell, users can virtually fly around the library and see precisely where a specific item (the floor, shelf number) is located inside the building. Just enter a call number and fly!
Read the complete post, view screenshots.
This plug-in was first introduced by the NUS Library in 2008. Learn more in this post from October 13,2008.
Try it yourself.
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