The SIO Visualization Center is producing visualizations from various data sets. Most recently, the Visualization Center has created 3D Fledermaus objects from NASA's SRTM data. For more information to see exactly how these visualizations were produced visit the Satellite Geodesy Website. In order to view these topography maps, you can use Fledermaus or the free viewer program iView3d.
The B4 data segments can be downloaded and viewed using Google Earth or iView3d. LIDAR instruments were used to obtain the high resolution imagery of the San Andreas, San Jacinto, and Banning fault segments.
The global topography is accessible through an interactive map. These maps arre in 30 arc-second resolution and can be downloaded in both geographic (SonarDTM) and spherical (SphericDTM) projections.
The Southern California is accessible through a square interactive map. These 3D regions can be downloaded with 1 arc-second or 3 arc-second resolution.
These visualizations were created by Dane Samilo, Atul Nayak, JJ Becker, and Dave Sandwell. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics. Scripps Institution of Oceanography.