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Get Ready for the London Olympics with AEgis’ 3D Models

Thursday, July 26th 2012
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The London Olympics is just around the corner. Take a look at these stunning 3d building models from AEgis Technologies

AEgis Technologies of Huntsville, Alabama, announced that they had been contracted to created 3d building models of for the London Olympic games.

AEgis Technologies is again lending their 3D database expertise to the Olympic Games by building London 2012.  This is the third Olympics AEgis has been contracted for developing a high resolution database with cultural features of interest for use in operational planning and situational awareness in both preparation for and execution of the games.  Previous projects include the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

AEgis provided these stunning images. Click for larger images.

The London Eye

Wembley Stadium

The Arena

House of Parliament

Millenium Stadium

Buckingham Palace

London Downtown

Images courtesy of AEgis Technologies.


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