Virtual London shelved in row over map costs


By David Robson A 3D software model of London containing over 3 million buildings in photorealistic detail is now unlikely to reach the public because of a dispute between a UK government agency and Google. Built by the Centre for Advanced Spatial Awareness (CASA) at University College London and integrated with free mapping software Google Earth, the model would have helped the public become involved in city planning,
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