Do you know about Google Earth? Probably. I mean, I looked at it for a minute, found my residency, and left. It’s boring, or at least… it was. The new Google Earth starts off with a cheeky loading screen.
Then, you have the Earth.
At the bottom-right corner, there’s the navigation, zoom, and 3D option. At the bottom, in the font that everyone needs glasses to see, they show the longitude and the latitude as well as some other nerdy things. Yet, now they have new features and a new video showcasing them. Here are a few:
As you can see, there are four categories: Editor’s Picks, Travel, Nature, Culture, and History. Google Voyager showcases the beauty of the world, from different Sesame Street Girls to America’s National Parks. Another new feature is this:
See those little blue dots? When you drag the orange ‘Pegman’ into them you are engulfed into these ‘Photo Spheres,’ taken by ordinary people with the right equipment. Along with by sign-off, here’s a ‘Photo Sphere’ taken on the Eiffel tower:
Do you like the new Google Earth? Leave a comment down below!