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Google is expanding its Street View service into some of the world's most remote places.
It will photograph the Amazon and Rio Negro Rivers of northwest Brazil in partnership with charity Foundation for a Sustainable Amazon (FAS). Google will train local people to collect images, and will leave behind equipment so work continues long-term. Pictures will be stitched together so users can explore 360-degree panoramics of the area.
Originally posted by Versa
really thought there would be more interest in this!
I should of probably titled it in a more sensationalist manner
Originally posted by Wyn Hawks
...considering that this is, allegedly, a male-dominated site - if your thread title suggested eye-candy, it wouldve been flooded (by complaints when they realized there was no eye-candy)...
...i just recently got google earth - love it and still learning what all i can do with it... i'm purty dang good at flyin (they make it idiot proof, thank goodness), so i'm all for the new toy... hopefully it'll give better access to more areas than just the amazon that arent clear at ground level...