Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Tour Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry architecture with Google Earth

Google Earth recently relaunched with a host of new features to help people explore the world in even more detail without ever having to leave the air-conditioned comforts of their homes.

One of the most fascinating new features is known as Voyager and it allows people to “experience interactive stories from around the world.” Anyone can now take guided, interactive tours of famous cities, cultural landmarks, and lost civilizations.  These tours have been curated by entities such as BBC Earth, DigitalGlobe, and The Ocean Agency.

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