Google Adds More Street View Imagery From Off-Road Locales
Look at Stonehenge in England. To get a Street View look, you'd have to off road into the monument. Not going to happen. But now, Google is sending out a "trike" with a 360-degree camera setup to capture images from places where cars aren't allows (but bikes are). This new approach will soon allow users to more accurately get a picture of the scenic Champs-Elysées in Paris to bustling Times Square in New York City.
The trike team has been "pedaling all over the world" over the past 1.5 years, and now they're adding some of those unique looks to Street View within Google Maps. Feel free to poke around and see if you can spot any off-the-beaten-path locations that now have Street View imagery attached to them.