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Posted by on Sep 26, 2012 in Internet |

Google Maps invites us to explore the seabed

Google Maps invites us to explore the seabed

While iOS users continue to lament the disappearance in June of the app on their handsets, Mountain View boys tempt us with an underwater journey through panoramic images reefs of Australia, the Philippines and Hawaii.

How you read! No need to be an expert diver, or even need to know how to swim, to contemplate the wonders of the hides deep and now displayed on Google Maps, as the company announced on its official blog.

So now we can enjoy seeing a large sea turtle swimming in front of our eyes, and many similar images as we advance from Mountain View in this video:

The images are simply fascinating, so if you are a sea lover I advise you to go for a walk in the deep sea, but yes, try to be outside working hours, and other than that you work odd looking things in Network, your boss may give grace find ecstatic little off the screen … You are warned!

Link : Dive into the Great Barrier Reef With The first underwater panoramas in Google Maps (Google Blog)

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