Framed plaque commemorating the launch of Keyhole’s Earthviewer, containing disc and subscription printout, made by Brian's Custom Framing, Campbell, California, United States, 2004.
Earthviewer, designed by Keyhole Inc, was a software that allowed users to view maps and terrain across the world in 3D on their computer. It was first released on a subscription basis in 2002, and became after being acquired by Google was released as the free download Google Earth in 2005. This plaque, belonging to Keyhole co-founder Brain McClendon commemorates the launch of the software, and contains the original disc and subscription print out.
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- Science Museum, Information Age Gallery: Constellation
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- Lent by Brian A McClendon
- McClendon, Brian
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