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Cad Center, CyberMap Develop Three-Dimensional Digital Map.

Tokyo, Japan, Jan 24, 2007 - (JCN) - Cad Center Corporation (Cad Center) announced the start of its feasibility test of Mapion Labs on CyberMap Japan's website.

The feasibility test gives users a virtual-walk through Ginza City. Users can feel the atmosphere of the city and find places easily.

The new digital map rendering technology utilizes Urban Viewer Image Server (patent pending) and three-dimensional map graphics distribution servers (patents also pending) which control and distribute request loads from the Urban Viewer Image Server.

The map rendering technology works in tandem with the built-in two dimensional map and does not require any special software or plug-ins.

Cad Center and CyberMap aims to hit the tourist, real estate, disaster prevention, and transportation markets, as well as covering portal shopping sites in the near future.

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Date:Feb 6, 2007
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