Google Street View goes underwater

Google Street View goes underwater

Google Street View goes underwater

Google has unveiled Google Maps Street View with virtual tours of the ocean’s most incredible coral reefs. This ocean collection includes six of the world’s most incredible underwater spots, including coral reefs in Australia, the Philippines and Hawaii.   Watch the video

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By using specially designed underwater panoramic camera, the Google’s project aims to collect 50,000 images with 360-degree imagery.

These images will allow people to go along the Great Barrier Reef and have a virtual dive in Google Maps.

Google explains:

“With these vibrant and stunning photos you don’t have to be a scuba diver—or even know how to swim—to explore and experience six of the ocean’s most incredible living coral reefs. Now, anyone can become the next virtual Jacques Cousteau and dive with sea turtles, fish and manta rays in Australia, the Philippines and Hawaii.”



Available at Street View feature of Google Maps and in our Street View Gallery at: maps.google.com/ocean.

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By |2012-09-27T11:20:44+03:00Sep 27, 2012|Categories: Aquatic, Computers|Tags: , , , , |

One Comment

  1. Deepweb links 2018/11/28 at 05:48 - Reply

    How did I not know about Google gravity by now? I love this kind of stuff by them and always like when there’s a national holiday or something that allows them to create something new like a drawing or a little game that is playable. I love their creativity and sense of humor. Google Mirror seems super fun – just tried it and it was fun to try to read the things on the screen; it gets those brain wheels working hard

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