The online map recreates the city of Glasgow and its buildings down to a scale of eye-catching detail.
The ambitious project covers a section of the city centre and a corridor along the Clyde.
The model's team of developers claim it is a world-first in terms of its size and accuracy.
It has taken two years to build up a complete picture of the city centre.
Landmarks like the City Chambers were built up from models to full 3D scans.
Final touches go down to fine architectural detail which are reproduced to an accuracy of 5mm.
The city council hopes the model will drive economic and civic development.
The map includes some new city landmarks like the BBC's Pacific Quay building.
Part of the project's aim was to showcase the regeneration of the city centre and River Clyde.
Visitors will be able to see Glasgow's heritage from any computer, anywhere in the world.
The Glasgow Urban Model may now be extended to cover more of the city.