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3d-LIIVID™ Radar Manual
3d-LIIVID Coverage Explained
  1. Index
  2. Introduction
  3. What does 3d-LIIVID Show?
  4. What is the Isosurface Scan?
  5. 3d-LIIVID Coverage Explained
  6. Level II Super High Res Data
  7. The Future of 3d-LIIVID
  8. 3d-LIIVID FAQ
  9. Resolving Java Issues
  10. Becoming a Member
  11. Current Radar Stations
  12. Free Sample members will be able to access three to five radar stations which will provide 3d-LIIVID imagery.  Currently there are five active stations.  These stations will be used similar to floaters in order to provide coverage of current events.  Today’s radar stations may be Charleston, Miami, Corpus Christi, New Orleans/Slidell, and Tallahassee; where tomorrow’s stations could be Miami, Jacksonville, Melbourne, Moorehead City, and Wilmington.  While the intent is to have these five radar displays centered on the most active areas for any given day, there is no guarantee of coverage for any given area.  Currently we have the potential to provide 3d-LIIVID views for all coastal radar station between Brownsville, Tx and Wakefield, Va.   We will continue to add coverage; and hopefully we will eventually have the potential to cover any NWS radar station in the CONUS.  3d-LIIVID is an experimental product; therefore there are no guarantees of accuracy or availability.

  3d-LIIVID coverage example
  This is an example of five active 3d-LIIVID displays. These radar stations will change to reflect current events and cover multiple regions.
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