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Palm Earth 2.0 2.0

Palm Earth 2.0 2.0

Palm Earth 2.0 Publisher's Description

PalmEarth

PalmEarth 2.0

PalmEarth is a powerful PalmOS application that displays an interactive 3D Earth in your palm. With 36,000 cities database you can find any large city in the World, measure distance between them, know local time, sunrise and sunset time. User-defined colorfull maps will generate photo-like image of the Earth on your Palm!

Key Features:

  • Display city time and date
  • Display Sunrise/Sunset times for any city
  • Display city's next DST transition
  • Distinct twilight modes: civil, nautical and astronomical
  • Locate any city by name
  • Animated rotation to located city
  • Automatic update of Earth's shadow
  • Automatic pseudo rotation of Earth
  • Interactive 3D Earth rotation
  • Colorful Physical, Political and other maps
  • Dual mapping channels with several overlay modes
  • Dynamic multi-point visual distance measurement tool
  • Distances in kilometers, miles and nautical miles
  • Coarse and fine zoom controls
  • Zoom to selection
  • 10, 15 or 30 degree lat/lon grid lines
  • Spherical and planar views
  • Sun spot and Earth shadow in real time
  • Special Day/Night overlay mode
  • Sun's azimuth and elevation at any point on earth in -real time
  • Snap any point on earth to nearest known city
  • User defined snap radius
  • Lat/lon and antipode information at any point on earth
  • Tropical and Polar circles
  • Texture brightness control
  • Texture smoothing
  • User defined Route files (for ex. Historical Routes etc.)

System Requirements

This program is designed to be run under Palm version of PalmOS 5.0. Minimum system requirements include:

  • Palm, PalmOS 5.0
  • About 2.0 MB of storage space and 4 MB of available runtime memory

Trial Version

The trial version is a fully functional version but may only be launched 15 times after which it will expire.

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