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    I would tell it to map Heathrow airport.

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    Anyone else read the source with a soft "j" rather than a hard "g" in Gizmag.com?
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    "$4,700.00 Canadian Dollars, for the full combo…."

    = £3000.

    Thanks, but I think I'll stick to Google Maps.

    As an alternative suggestion, could you use it to take a photo of a single object on the ground from all angles? And use the data to create a 3D image to be printed on a 3D printer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost View Post
    The finish on most 3d printed articles is a bit rough mind.
    But you could have fun sanding / smoothing it down
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost View Post

    The finish on most 3d printed articles is a bit rough mind.
    I like it a bit rough

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