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Lunar Software releases EarthBrowser 2.0

updated 02:45 pm EST, Mon December 22, 2003

EarthBrowser 2.0

Lunar Software has released , a $30 application for Mac OS X that will display the the earth with live weather, clouds, earthquakes, webcams and more. EarthBrowser is an innovative earth simulation (and screen saver) that combines an easy to navigate 3D globe with real-time weather conditions, 7-day forecasts, and display of live earthquakes, webcams, volcanoes and current cloud formations. Version 2.0 includes a 16x increase in earth resolution, 4x more cloud resolution, over 17,000 cities with full 7 day forecasts, hundreds of webcams, tectonic plate boundaries, a world time clock, and more.




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Much improved

    I like the fact that you can now add/delete/edit the webcams as you see fit (no more broken links, and I can add the cams for my old hometown of Winnipeg). It's also quite a bit faster, which the previous verison was definitely not. There is an upgrade price if you have a previous version (I think $10 or $12).

  1. MacNN.com Reader

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Isn't this..

    Isn't this old news? I upgraded to 2.0 almost 2 weeks ago.

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