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Google Brings Street View To The Ancient City Of Petra

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Google Turned A Camel Into A Street View Car To Map The Liwa Desert

Google took to the sands to expand its globe-spanning Street View imagery, using its Trekker camera pack modified and mounted to an actual camel’s hump to capture photos from the Liwa Desert, a

Google Looking For Groups To Provide The Next Hikers To Don Trekker Street View Backpack

Google is trying hard to build out its Street View-style imagery of locales off the beaten path with its Trekker program. The Trekker, a roughly 40-pound backpack that has a camera-ridden sphere pokin

Google’s Street View Trekker Backpack Co-Creator Talks Unmanned Hikes, Pack Animal Street View

Google impressed a lot of people when it debuted its Grand Canyon Street View imagery in October. The Trekker backpack used to capture that imagery, which is essentially a backpack-mounted version of

Google Hands Street View Trekker Over To A Local To Get Imagery Of Canada’s Arctic Territory

We know that Google’s Street View team has been making its technology smaller and more mobile, especially when it comes to people snapping images for Google Maps. Today, the team has shared some

Inside Google Street View: From Larry Page’s Car To The Depths Of The Grand Canyon

“Teleportation is the transfer of matter from one point to another without traversing the physical space between them, similar to the concept apport, an earlier word used in the context of spiri

Google’s Plans For Trekker Come To Fruition With 9,500 Grand Canyon Panoramas Added To Google Maps

When Google announced a new project it called Trekker last October, it sounded like a far-reaching and futuristic 20% type undertaking. Today, that project has come through with some of the most detai

Google Takes Its Backpack-Sized Trekker Street View Cameras To The Grand Canyon

Google just <a target="_blank" href="http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2012/10/trekking-grand-canyon-for-google-maps.html">announced</a> that it is taking the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.yout