Google Street View Goes Underwater
After introducing ancient ruins and Arctic villages through Google Maps, Google’s Street View team has now expanded their reach to the world’s oceans. Google gathered its underwater imagery as part of an ongoing collaboration with the Catlin Seaview Survey, a research initiative devoted to studying the world’s coral reefs. Now we can enjoy awesome images of coral reefs along the coasts of Australia, Hawaii, and the Philippines. The company also plans to add underwater images from the waters around Bermuda.
What’s next, a journey to the center of the Earth?