Thursday, October 14, 2010

Golden Mile Reborn and
3D Serves U, is proud to announce the opening of its new website . is a new way to see Frederick, MD with your computer. Powered by the Google Earth engine, is a web site that allows you search geographically information about Frederick City and then go visit linked internet information. It will become a great resource for businesses and organizations to promote themselves through 3D visualization.

Try it out today.

One of our first projects that you can view on the site is a partnership established with the Golden Mile Reborn Project:

This project is a partnership between 3D Serves U, the owners of and Brian Dinnuno, a concerned Frederick citizen and environmental scientist who developed a revitalization plan for the Golden Mile Area which consists of taking the current unconnected and unsustainable layout and transforming it into a series of interconnected roads, mixed-use buildings, green spaces, and pedestrian friendly walkways. A section of the 2D map focusing on the proposed changes for the Frederick Town Mall Area is located below:

Using the 3D expertise of 3D Serves U, we were able to create a 3D visualization of Brian's plans using Google Earth. You can see snapshots below:

This is a snapshot of the Mall Area from the southwest corner:

This is the same look with the proposed redesign.

This is from the south of the Mall Area

This is from the southeast corner
We even have plans for a grand Promenade in the center of it all with a water fountain

As you can see, 3D visualization can rapidly help us envision plans for the future, and can be a great way to communicate those changes to the general public. Take some time for yourself to see the project in 3D on . Click on the "Community Resources" Button in the left hand column, scroll down, and click on the "New Frederick Town Mall" and fly around.

If you are a business or organization who wants to promote yourselves through 3D. Give 3D Serves U a call. 240-344-6064 or email us at

Friday, July 2, 2010

General Engineering Company Warehouse

On my way home from work, I see smoke filling the skies over downtown Frederick. It was the the warehouse house building owned by The General Engineering Company. I decided to do a model of it before the fire. You can see it below.

Or you can view the model in Google Earth by clicking here

Here are the Frederick Newspost Articles:

Owner vows to rebuild

I wish them well in their return.

Friday, March 19, 2010

3D Virtual Tours of Monocacy Battlefield buildings

I am proud to announce that The Monocacy National Battlefield Park in Frederick, MD has posted three 3D Virtual Tours of some of their facilities on their website. The building models were created by 3D Services owner, Darian Robbins and the videos were created by Park Ranger Tom Gwaltney with guidance from Joy Beasley, the Park's Cultural Resoures Manager. This marks the beginning of a collaboration started last year, when 3D Services approached Monocacy about a way to promote and educate the world at large about the unique history and features of Monocacy Battlefield using new interactive media formats like Google Earth (TM). Below is an example of the video.

Monocacy is working with 3D services to have all their facilities modeled and uploaded to the "3D Layer" of Google Earth (TM). This has a few advantages one of them being to allow users to visit scale models of actual facilities before they come in person to plan their travel to the park or get visually acclimated with the environment. Also, a virtual tour enables a person to see sites that are being renovated and not allowed for public access. The 3D models all have extra information and hyperlinks attached to them through pop-up windows giving Monocacy the capability to present more information about the history of the battle or landmark.

Check out their site and their videos. You can even download video optimized for your Ipod!

Friday, February 19, 2010

Frederick New Media Conference

Frederick County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a New Media Conference today!
Follow the tweets here or in the frame below!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Frederick Hotel and Conference Center (Site V)

Recently a report entitled "Market Analysis, Cash Flow Projections, and Strategic Recommendations for a Proposed Downtown Hotel and Conference Center
Frederick, Maryland
" was published. 3d Services, My company that runs this blog
decided that this is a great opportunity to show you the power of rapid visualization in Google Earth has by creating a quick mock up of the proposed Site V hotel layout and then allow you to view it in relation to the expanding models of 3D Frederick. You can download the model in Google Earth here

Friday, January 29, 2010

Monocacy Battlefield Visitor Center

he Civil War Battle that Saved Washington,D.C. In the summer of 1864,General Jubal Early led Confederate forces towards Washington,D.C. and threatened to capture the capital city. On July 9,Union troops under General Lew Wallace met Early's forces on the banks of the Monocacy. At Monocacy National Battlefield,visitors can experience this and other stories of the past in a landscape that has changed little since the 19th century. Monocacy National Battlefield Visitor Center The interactive and multimedia exhibits located in the Visitor Center include numerous vignettes which take the visitor to important locations related to the Battle as well as electronic maps,historical artifacts and interpretive displays of the Battle of Monocacy. A bookstore also offers literature which provides in-depth discussions of the Civil War and the Battle of Monocacy as well as memorabilia for sale.

View in Google Earth

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Frederick Restaurant Week

"Frederick Restaurant Week is a 7-day promotion that features the unique and fine dining options available in Downtown Frederick and the surrounding area. Participating restaurants will offer diners price-fixed meals at mouth-watering prices the week of March 8 - 14, 2010 during the inaugural Frederick Restaurant Week." - From website,

Here's my Google map below:

View Frederick Restaraunt Week in a larger map

And you can view this is Google Earth too