mercoledì 5 settembre 2007

Simulatore di Volo in Google Earth

E anche Google piazza Eastern Eggs! e che "Uova di Pasqua"!

Google Earth nasconde infatti un simulatore di volo che sfrutta le immagini satellitari offerte dallo stesso Goggle Earth.

Per accedere al "gioco" basta aprire Google Earth e digitare Ctrl+Alt+A (su Windows), su Mac il comando e' invece Command+Option+A.

Google Earth Flight Simulator permette la scelta tra un F16 Viper e un più managgevole SR22, inoltre si ha la possibilità di decidere se dare il via al gioco dalla località proposta da Google Earth al momento o da un elenco di piste default.

Ai piu' questa notizia sembrerà l'ennesima sfida contro Microsoft, come non notarlo daltraparte, la compagnia di Zio Bill si e' sempre divertita con questo genere di cose :)

1 commento:

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