Monday, 16 January 2012 19:27
Technology giant Google’s virtual mapping phenomenon starts photographing Chile.
It took some time, but Google’s
interactive mapping tool has started collecting images in Chile’s capital of Santiago. Google Street View’s
official launch on Thursday saw five cars outfitted with company logos roaming the city’s streets, equipped with cameras to capture 360-degree panoramic photographs.Fitted with cameras, these cars and tricycles will roam streets capturing images for Google.Login to read more.
About the writer
Nick is from Melbourne, Australia. After completing his final semester of university abroad in Peru and intent on putting off a return to his homeland, he came Chile to immerse himself in the culture and explore his interest in writing and current affairs. He hopes to use his time in Santiago to consume much Chilean wine and being Australian, partake in barbecues wherever possible.