September 27, 2012
Google SeaView offers incredible underwater viewings
If you’ve got to make a road trip to a significant location, you would rely on Google’s StreetView. However if you have an inclination to follow and study the rich coral reefs and underwater fauna then the all new Google StreetView proves to be just perfect. Google have partnered with Catlin Seaview Survey to gain locations from Great Barrier reef to the Monterey Bay. The imagery is possible with the help of a specially designed tablet-operated camera that expects to offer us the brilliance of the undersea in 50,000 images.
These images will then be stitched to create the complete picture of the world’s underwater life. There’s no better way to promote the richness of underwater marvels and the danger they are in.