Google has today announced the addition of new underwater imagery to its Google Map Street View service for users to enjoy. The new underwater imagery has been added in partnership with the Catlin Seaview Survey and allows you to view the depths at your leisure without ever getting wet.
The new underwater routes allow you to enjoy the underwater world off the coast of Isla Mujeres and Cancun in Mexico as well as the San Francisco Shoreline and Larvotto Marine Reserve in Monaco.
“Pictured: Whale Sharks at Isla Contoy (top) and Underwater Museum of Isla Mujeres (bottom)”
A full list of all the underwater locations added by Google Maps today includes : Larvotto Marine Reserve, Monaco; Roche Saint Nicolas; Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel, Mexico; Sian Ka’an, Mexico UNESCO World Heritage Site; Columbia Deep, Cozumel; Whale Sharks at Isla Contoy, Mexico; The Underwater Museum of Isla Mujeres, Mexico; and the San Francisco Shoreline.
Check out the new imagery over on the Google Street View Maps website here.
Source: GoogleFiled Under: Technology News, Top News