Tuesday, March 14, 2006

New version of CosmoSaver

I've just released CosmoSaver 1.52 for anyone who may be reading this little blog.

CosmoSaver is a 3D screen saver that tours our solar system and 29 of the major moons. All of the planet and moon positions are within 1 arcsecond of accuracy. The rotations are supposed to be accurate too, at least they are for the earth, for the many moons does it really matter?

You can try out a free demo version at cosmosaver.com

I am planning on incorporating the solar system into the next version of EarthBrowser with much higher resolution versions of earth, mars and the moon. If I am a programming god, I'll make a cool sun model with flares and everything, but that is yet to be seen.

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