Apr 22 2013, 1:43pm CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Today is Earth Day fully celebrated by Google as offers not only an animated Google Doodle but also its new version of Google Earth. This new premium version of Google Earth allows users to see not only locations in our world but outside world's too. It means you can see locations of galaxies in outer space by simply using your hand to guide and direct the software. This is possible with the support of Leap Motion’s innovative new gesture control technology.
Google Earth Pro is now having three dimensional imagery and satellite maps allow you to virtually trek the globe from the comfort of your computer, bringing the world's geography to your fingertips according to the post published by Peter Birch, Product Manager of Google Maps for Business, on official Google Enterprise Blog.
As Google Earth Pro 7.1 is a premium addition, it allows you to visualize, analyze and share 3D map data and imagery. Using Earth Pro, you can make smart decisions about a location without physically being there. For example, a construction company could calculate the site area and slope of a potential property using Earth Pro’s advanced measurement tools.
The added features in Google Earth Pro are best for professional purposes rather than for personal use. While the imagery is the same across all of our products, Google Earth Pro offers additional functionality, such as fastest performance, 4800 pixels print images, automatically imports GIS images, create premium movies, map multiple points at once and many more advanced features. Hence Google Earth Pro 7.1 will be the right choice for professional users.
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