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You can probably do this in the browser with WebGL: http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/webgl/webgl_fundamentals/ but it would require some programming, and a WebGL-compliant browser. But it should be fast since it would be using the GPU in most cases.


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While very limited in their presentation, Google Fusion tables have the advantage that they present a very familiar map interface if you have a broad, non-GIS user community. After all, everybody has used Google maps.



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