Monthly Archives: December 2010

Examining 3D Terrain of Bing Maps Tiles with SQL Server 2008 and WPF (Part 2)

In the last post, I downloaded some elevation data from the GTOPO digital elevation model and loaded it into a SQL Server table. In this post, I’m now going to select a subset of that data in order to create … Continue reading

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Examining 3D Terrain of Bing Maps Tiles with SQL Server 2008 and WPF (Part 1)

Following on from my last last post, I thought I’d continue to explore the topic of altitude (or elevation) and how it relates to Bing Maps. A map is, by definition, two-dimensional – it is an image that has been … Continue reading

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Pushpin Altitude and the Birdseye Map Style (Bing Maps v7)

For the inaugural post in my new blog, I thought I’d cover one of the (many) issues that seems to have been generating some confusion following the release of the new v7 AJAX API – namely how to set altitude … Continue reading

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Blog v.Next

I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m just not a natural blogger. Like many things in life, I start enthusiastically, keep it up for a few months, and then lose interest and move onto the next project. And then every … Continue reading

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