Jan 22 2009
Today the (San Francisco) Bay Area Automated Mapping Association hosted a wonderful URISA Certified Workshop given by Tim Case, describing Best Practices and Project Implementation Methods for 3D Geospatial work. The all-day event provided a very broad and even-handed overview of many 3D technologies that hold promise for the near future.
With this presentation as an extra boost for my focus on a new build, I’m gearing up with even more enthusiasm for a new build in the Agni grid Mainland. I’ve also tuned the Berkeley parcel for sale. Its price amounts to about US$382.00, and that price is set to help cover purchase costs for the next build’s likely parcel. The tuning involved reducing the parcel size by 64 square meters, so that the three Gualala parcels total 4608 square meters, or exactly the maximum amount allowed for Linden Lab’s US$25/month tier rate. With that size, it would be possible for an interested party to purcahse the Berkeley BART station and maintain it for $300/year in tier (the Linden land property tax).
Also, based on today’s Geospatial tag, I’ve noted just this morning two mentions of the Berkeley BART build. The New World Notes item by Wagner James Au 2009 01 19 was wonderful to find after our in-world messages last month. For clarification, while true at the time of that conversation, no longer do I work for City of Berkeley. The TidalBlog item by Peter Miller mentions interesting developments in the overlap between simulators and geospatial models, as well as some shots from his visit to the Berkeley BART model. Thanks to both authors for their posts!
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