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High resolution, low bandwidth model data viewer
03-27-2006, 09:33 PM
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High resolution, low bandwidth model data viewer
Oh, it was sounding nice. Thanks for the quick reply.

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03-28-2006, 02:38 PM
Post: #12
High resolution, low bandwidth model data viewer
The software isn't ready yet.

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03-29-2006, 09:58 AM
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High resolution, low bandwidth model data viewer
Any idea on when your cane program will be ready ?

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03-29-2006, 02:24 PM
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High resolution, low bandwidth model data viewer
That's already done in its initial version at http://www.cat5data.com

But you probably are talking about when I'm going to upgrade it to use the GIS-engine that F5Viewer will be using that allows for zooming, overlays, etc.

Soon. NOt as soon as F5Viewer though. Smile Once that is established I'll get the Cat5Data program upgraded 10 fold before the expected next hurricane season. That program should be sweet with adding all the forecast hurricane tracks, watches, warnings and perhaps even a bit of a specialized/custom satellite if a method I have in mind can be worked out.

It would mean you could zoom in on satellite without it blurring because the satellite wouldnt be an image. More about that later.

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