Microsoft's Mark Brown has put up a cool post on his Microsoft Virtual Earth blog. It's part two of a series that's detailing some of the bits and pieces behind the tool that gives you that oh-so-helpful bird's-eye view of your dry cleaners.
In this episode Brown sits down with Keystone Aerial Surveys, a Philadelphia-based company that's got less than 50 employees and 14 airplanes doing all the capture work.
Interesting bits:Keystone's flights average about 5 hours a trip. Each trip brings in about 1,000 super high-resolution images that come out to … Read more