A new hack of the gesture-controller known as Leap Motion allows one user to take us on a stunning trip through the world of Google Street View.
Watch and create mesmerizing time-lapse video of real travel routes.
A British window and door company is the unlikely host of a simple yet magical bit of coding that uses Google to transport visitors around the world.
Software trains people to surf Street View to report street problems.
Google Street View has given us the keys to the next best thing to being there. They've covered just about every global biggie, but if that's failing to float your boat anymore there's a new mod in town. There's a team who have figured out how render Google Street View in ASCII.
For some time now, the Google Street View team has been systematically mapping and creating imagery that allows us access to some of the world's most picturesque and historic locales. The latest location takes us literally to the ends of the Earth with a look inside Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton's survival hut.
Google's Street View has come a long way from its launch in 2007. We've moved from being wowed at seeing our street (complete with our cars out front) to taking 360-degree trips to the Amazon and under the water at the Great Barrier Reef. Now you can get in on the 360-degree camera view craze with your own personal DIY kit.
As we cruise the Web everyday, most of us encounter a reCaptcha — those distorted letters and numbers designed to check that a human is behind an online activity like logging into an account or comment system. Lately, users have been seeing a change in the fuzzy text and have seen seeing what looks like real pictures.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. It is a complex and vast eco-system that is the subject of an ambitious new project taking Google Street View underwater to photograph and map the reef in detail starting this September.
Google Street View is a great way to see how places around the world look from ground level, but until now it has only shown what you can see from a car driving on a road. Now Google is expanding their views, starting with a train journey through one of the most beautiful parts of Switzerland.