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Google Earth For Bentley Powerdraft Plugin
With Google Earth, the AEC projects that you design, document, and
maintain, with MicroStation now can be visualized ôin situö. Google
Earth gives you an aerial view of geometry and geography, but it is
not intended to be a detailed CAD viewer. Its greatest value is in
providing a rich, accurate and intuitive backdrop for your AEC projects.
While Google Earth is designed and optimized for spatially large
designs, it is not intended for visualizing geometric detail.
Including excessive detail will quickly exceed the current capacity of
Google Earth. For this reason it is important to carefully select and
export only the geometry that is both visible and valuable to Google
MicroStation provides data to Google Earth as KML documents, an XML
based data structure for creating and sharing geographic data.
MicroStation geometry exported to KML retains the Reference File and
Level (layer) structure defined in the model. This lets you
selectively control the display of individual levels or reference
files within Google Earth. Saved views also are saved to KML so that
they can be used to navigate to views of interest in Google Earth.
Currently, KML contains no provision for specifying data such as
material properties or texture maps.
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