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Subject: Re: [flasher] how was this 3d map made?
From: John Olson
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 19:49:33 -0000

It looks like basic illustrator to me... or some other 2d vector tool..
I have done similar illustrations...

-John



>Hi all. I got a very cool-looking (except for all the ugly ads) map in
>the mail the other day and wondered if anyone can clue me on how it
>might have been made. I scanned in a piece and stuck it up at
>http://i-technica.com/streetmap.html . Aerial photos plus 3d software,
>I'd guess, but what 3d software? It looks like a lifetime of work to me
>(!) but it would be so great to do something like this for a map project
>I'm currently working on...
>
>Thanks,
>Helen
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