Remember our story on Nokia’s beta version of Ovi Maps 3D? That certainly would have gotten you interested in picking up a Nokia handset down the road, although some people might beg to differ since 3D maps aren’t exactly on the top of the list for most folks.
GPS maps technology has certainly come a long way since it was originally introduced so many years ago for the layperson to find their way around unfamiliar territory. With ever constant improvements like real-time traffic update information and junction views to sort out confusing freeway exits, the next logical step would be to discover cities and their surroundings in the most realistic manner possible via 3D mapping solutions.
Here are more details on what Nokia’s Ovi Maps 3D that is powered by C3 Technologies offer – especially the cities concerned. The 20 major worldwide cities will comprise of Barcelona, Boston, Chicago, Copenhagen, Florence, Helsinki, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, MadridMiami, Milan, New York, Oslo, Prague, San Francisco, Stockholm, Toronto, Venice and Vienna – with many, many more to come in the future. [Press Release]
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