MicroImages' SVG geometric tilesets are an attractive and functional way to present styled
and attributed vector map data on the web in Google Maps and Open Layers. SVG geometric tilesets use a tiled, multi-resolution form of the SVG file format for web vector
graphics. You can use the Export Geometric Tileset process in TNTmips to render your
styled vector points, lines, polygons, and text labels to SVG geometric tilesets that can be
used in Google Maps and Open Layers geomashups along with standard (raster) web tilesets
and KML geometric tilesets. SVG geometric tilesets load quickly at any zoom level because only a few tiles with a limited number of elements are needed for any particular
view, and those tiles are in the SVG format, which is directly supported and displayed by
your web browser.
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It is with great sorrow that we report the death of our co-founder and president,
Dr. Lee D. Miller. Lee passed away at age 74 on May 17, 2013 after a brief battle with brain cancer. Lee worked tirelessly over the last 28 years to grow and manage MicroImages and its products, rarely accepting that some operation couldn't be done, or couldn't be made faster. Lee always strove to make software easier to use, understand, and even more colorful. His leadership and vision will be sorely missed.
We especially wish to offer heartfelt condolences to his wife, Dr. Constance Miller and his sons L. Dee and Dain.
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MicroImages will continue under the leadership of its co-founder and chief software architect, Michael Unverferth.
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