Google’s recently acquired SketchUp, a 3D modeling tool aimed at beginners and professionals alike, gives you the chance to insert 3D models into Google Earth with surprising ease. The basic package is free and supports both Windows and Mac, whilst the simple and clear video tutorials give you more than enough information to get going on your own 3D landscapes. Of course, SketchUp’s uses go way beyond its compatibility with Google Earth, but designing your own house and famous landmarks is a good a place as any to get to grips with the numerous features on offer.
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