GeoTango International has announced the release of SilverEye V2.0 for Windows 2000/XP/NT platforms. SilverEye expands the frontiers of imagery-based geospatial exploitation by enabling users to extract 3D models from just one commercial high-resolution satellite imagery, and eliminates the need for stereo pairs in 3D visualization and modeling.

SilverEye is based on our patent-pending innovation that also lets you collect 3D and 2D measurements from a single image without having to purchase a stereo pair. When you do choose to work in stereo mode you can even use an image pair from two different satellites. SilverEye also supports a full range of functions for mapping, editing, annotating, attributing and outputting your features or GIS layers. This reduces image purchasing requirements and sets new software pricing standard - significantly lowering your start-up costs. Collecting 3D measurements from a single image saves you the expense of purchasing a stereo pair.

With SilverEye you can generate orthoimages and create 3D models with a few mouse clicks. Users can also take full advantage of the increased geospatial accuracy of high resolution imagery due to sensor camera model support for both QuickBird and IKONOS satellites.

Source: GeoTango International, March 25, 2004