Being able to tilt the view over a crater in the Moon bought to mind a teacher quote in one of my sessions last year
"you just made me fall in love with Geography again"I had to tear myself away... Anyway, I thought I'd point you at my favorite ten new* examples of tools/content that John showcased:
1] 7:10m Distance: measure distance tool in Google Maps
2] 7:40m Area: that it also measures area in Google Maps
3] 8:27m Carousel: geolocated photos in Google Maps taken by users uploaded to google by users
4] 9:20m Tilt: how to tilt to see 3D Google Earth like pictures using tilt button bottom left Pisa location used: 10:05 Globe View: zoom out to globe view which will rotate which click and dragged
6] 11:08m Mars and Moon View: zoom out to full extent and now you rotate around the globe when clicking and dragging and can access mars and the moon.
7] 11:19m Two Map system: compare and contrast maps using geteach.com
8] 38:25m Streetview historical imagery: see street view before and after the Japanese tsunami on Google Maps (location near the site with historic street view available).
9] 43:42m Tour Builder
10] 47:28m Time Lapse using Google Earth Engine. 48:25 Great moment showing Peruvian river meander dynamically.
*Actually some of them are new-ish rather than new