In this section, you can visualize our trips and expeditions in Google Earth.
Tours are a guided experience where you fly from one location to another, view terrain and content and look around as you wish. Each location has been documented, you can get more information by simply pausing the tour and clicking on the geo-markers.
We will add more tours and real time tracking as we get closer to our next adventure.
Find more about the 2011 Peru trip on our blog.
The tour begins playing in the 3D viewer and the tour controls appear in the bottom left corner of the 3D viewer. To pause or resume the tour, click the Pause / Play button. To fast forward or go back on the tour, click the arrow buttons (press these repeatedly to accelerate back or forward). To replay the again and again tour, click the Repeat button. Use the tour slider to move to any part of the tour.
These controls disappear if the tour is inactive for a period of time, but you can make them reappear by moving the cursor over the bottom left corner of the 3D window.
1. Go back, play/pause and fast forward buttons
2. Tour slider
3. Current time in tour
4. Repeat button
5. Save tour button (* for selected tours only)
6. Close tour button
As a tour plays, you can look around by dragging the view. Note that this is diferent than navigating, as you can only look around from the view points of the tour. When you pause a tour, you can navigate anywhere. When you click the play button again, the tour resumes where it left off.