Google celebrated 10th Anniversary of Google Earth by adding Voyager feature
Ten years ago, Google unveiled Google earth, to explore the world through a magical way just by clicking your mouse. At that time, Google has arrived a lengthy way by mounting its picturesque views through Street View treks and cars. By celebrating its 10th anniversary, Google Earth is launching the latest feature, Voyager to it.
Voyager is a new coating for the earth that helps you to explore the world optically with new and attractive images. This feature is only available in the user’s desktop of Google Earth, but the images are overwhelming so that you can enjoy by seeing them on a bigger screen.
Google posted in its blog that it is the first version of the software to let us suppose that Google plans to keep this feature around and building it up. Voyager helps you to explore in four various sections, which are as follow:
- Street View highlights
- Earth View landscapes – desktop background suitable pretty places
- 3D Cities – locations of high-resolution 3D city maps
- Satellite/Aerial imagery – locations with the latest imagery
Street View comprises highlights such as popular sightseeing objectives like the Taj Mahal and the Grand Canyon. Google also prepare most of its satellite imagery by demonstrating striking scene on its Earth View. The latest satellite images will be creating into an extraordinary map coating. Google also makes superb cityscapes in 3D to get a genuine sense of 3D space that must be sure to use the tilt function. Finally, you can execute your dream of becoming a wing chair traveler by taking a “highlight tour” from the thousands of site available via Voyager.
If zooming around the earth from your desktop is not enough, Google is also creating a broad selection of its Earth View satellite landscape images that is available as high-resolution wallpapers for desktop and mobile. You can browse during the images on an updated Chrome extension or Earth View’s latest online gallery.