Sunday, June 10, 2007

Ecosystem Sounds + KML = Wild Sanctuary Soundscapes

Now users of Google Earth and Google maps can listen to their data... At the recent Where2.0 event Bernie Krause of the Wild Sanctuary announced that he's sharing his vast collection of soundscapes with the World. So what you might think... well, think about this... this is likely one of the largest private collections of digital sounds of wildlife and various ecosystems that you'll ever find. Even better, the soundscapes are being shared via KML so now users of Google earth can enjoy listening to their 3D mapping experience while being immersed in the sounds of nature. The soundscapes are also available via Google Maps. See or - KML Application development was accomplished by 30Proof -

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