Google Streetview announced that they have successfully mapped out areas in all seven continents of the world. Imagine the fuel bill.
Google Streetview announced that they have successfully mapped out areas in all seven continents of the world. Imagine the fuel bill. With 360-degree panoramic views and much more Google mapped out everything from beaches in Brazil to Antarctica, if you can go there they mapped it.
Google announced in a blog post that:
We introduced Street View back in May 2007, enabling people to explore street-level imagery in five U.S. cities. We were excited to share a virtual reflection of the real world to enable armchair exploration. Since then, we’ve expanded our 360-degree panoramic views to many more places, allowing you to check out a restaurant before dining there, to explore a neighborhood before moving there and to find landmarks along the route of your driving directions.
Three years later, we’re happy to announce that you can now explore Street View imagery on all seven continents, with the addition today of Brazil, Ireland and Antarctica. You can now see images from around the world spanning from the beaches of Brazil, to the moors of Ireland, to the icy terrain in Antarctica.