Friday, June 24, 2011

HTML5 Elevation with Google Maps

Vizzuality, the Spanish developers of some of the coolest Google Maps apps, has created a Google Map that allows you to view all the world's mountain ranges.

The map uses an HTML5 canvas overlay to visualise elevation data worldwide. The map includes a slider that allows you to adjust the elevation above sea level that is shown on the map.

If you set the slider to 0 metres then most of the world's land is shaded on the map. If you drag the slider up to 5400 meters then suddenly the Himalayas look very lonely.

Visual Raster



Environmental report said...

Application in Google maps has been a really great help for anyone who needs it. I'm impressed. Keep it up!

plumbing said...

As of now Google was the best and very informative website. I know that Google were still having a development for more greater result. I love Google.