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Verona la cittĂ  virtuale di Giulietta e Romeo

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Design Process

Original Shoot

1

Wireframe

2

Textured

3


Additional Step Best of 3D Warehouse Blue Ribbon Icon Models that have been included in the “Best of 3D Warehouse” layer in Google Earth are identified with this symbol in the 3D Warehouse. If you would like your models to be considered for inclusion in this layer, follow these steps: 1. Locate (geo-reference) your building using Google Earth and Google SketchUp. 2. Model your building with Google SketchUp. 3. Publish your model to the Google 3D Warehouse. If you selected “Google Earth ready” when publishing your model, we review it to see if it meets our acceptance criteria. If accepted, the model will appear in the Best of 3D Warehouse layer in Google Earth. This selection process takes time, but you should see your models in the layer within a few weeks. Acceptance Criteria 1. Model existing, real-world buildings. 2. Use photos for your textures. 3. Model efficiently. The lower number of polygons the better. 4. Position (geo-reference) the building accurately in Google Earth. 5. Ensure that the model is planted into the terrain in your Google Earth snapshot by using the “Toggle Terrain” button in Google SketchUp. 6. Avoid making duplicates of existing models. However, improving upon an existing model is highly encouraged! 7. Do not include anything in the model that does not exist in the real-world, including advertisements or watermarks. 8. Provide a useful, interesting description of the building.


Additional Step

Geo-Modeling Checklist - Delete extra geometry inside and outside of your building. - Turn hidden geometry on, View -> Hidden Geometry, and check for excess hidden lines. - Make sure your building is aligned with the base of the building in your Google Earth snapshot. - Toggle the terrain button and confirm that your building is planted in the ground. - Export your model to Google Earth, File -> Export -> 3D Model and choose Google Earth 4 (.kmz). - Open the .kmzin Google Earth to check that it accurately represents the building. - Make sure your SketchUp file is under 10MB for a successful upload to the 3D Warehouse. - Try for a minimal number of faces (polygons), Window -> Model Info -> Statistics. Less then 500 is ideal for most buildings. - Ensure that the model is planted into the terrain in your Google Earth snapshot by using the “Toggle Terrain� button in Google SketchUp. - Avoid making duplicates of existing models. However, improving upon an existing model is highly encouraged! - Do not include anything in the model that does not exist in the realworld, including advertisements or watermarks. - Provide a useful, interesting description of the building.


Lamberti’s Tower

3D View

Original Shoot Eva Montanari


Gavi’s Arch

3D View

Original Shoot Simone Bernabè


Arena Amphitheater

3D View

Original Shoot Federico Pasquetto


Juliet’s Balcon

3D View

Original Shoot Luca Chiavegato


Ponte Pietra

3D View

Original Shoot

Jasmin Leonardi


Porta Nuova

3D View

Original Shoot Lucia Bertoldi



Verona 3D monuments