Last week Google announced that it would be trialling a new indoor Google Street View service which would enable businesses to show off the interiors of their premises. This week Google have announced that they will be further expanding the reach of their Street View service by taking it into parks around the world.
Google used its famous Street View tricycle to capture the imagery from the parks, enabling users of Google Maps to be able to then take a virtual tour using a 360 degree imagery.
Google has set up a gallery showcasing 6 of the parks which already been captured including: High Line Park in New York City: Liberty Park in New York City; Kensington Gardens in London; Koganei Park in Tokyo; Knuthenborg Safari Park in Denmark; and Casa de Campo Parque, oin Madrid, Spain.
You can view the Parks Google has already captured and showcased over on the Google Maps website.
Source: GoogleFiled Under: Technology News