08.03.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Viz|Curious Software to highlight completed Virtual Earth integration

Viz|Curious Software has completed the integration of its Viz|Curious World Maps package with Microsoft’s Virtual Earth platform and will be showing a full working version of the new software at IBC2006.

The imagery and capabilities found in Microsoft’s Virtual Earth platform combined with the stylistic control of Viz|Curious World Maps offers broadcasters a wealth of creative opportunities. The new solution lets broadcasters use aerial imagery and other technology from Virtual Earth with the same control they are accustomed to through Viz|Curious World Maps.

See Viz|Curious Software at IBC2006 stand 2.219, or visit: www.vizrt.com.



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