Get a closer look with Street View in Google Earth VR

Get a closer look with Street View in Google Earth VR.

Get a closer look

With Google Earth VR. You can go anywhere in virtual reality. Whether you want to stroll along the canals of Venice. Stand at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro or soar through the sky faster than a speeding bullet. There’s no shortage of things to do or ways to explore. We love this sense of possibility, so we’re bringing Street View to Earth VR to make it easier for you to see. And experience the world.

Get a closer look with Street View in Google Earth VR.

This update lets you explore Street View imagery from 85 countries right within Earth VR. Just fly down closer to street level. Check your controller to see if Street View is available. And enter an immersive 360° photo. You’ll find photos from the Street View team. And those shared by people all around the world.

If you need a fun place to start. Check out a couple of our favorite spots. Make your way out to AT&T Park in San Francisco. Or head to the Old Port in Westeros … er. Croatia to see King’s Landing from “Game of Thrones.

The new version of Earth VR is available today for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. And if you don’t have one of those systems, you can still check out Street View in VR with your phone just download the Street View app for Daydream and Cardboard Earthtopomaps.com

If you need a fun place to start. Check out a couple of our favorite spots.

Stand at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro or soar through the sky faster than a speeding bullet. We love this sense of possibility, so we’re bringing Street View to Earth VR to make it easier for you to see. if you don’t have one of those systems, you can still check out Street View in VR with your phone just download the Street View app for Daydream and Cardboard Earthtopomaps.com

Stand at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro or soar through the sky faster than a speeding bullet. We love this sense of possibility, so we’re bringing Street View to Earth VR to make it easier for you to see. if you don’t have one of those systems, you can still check out Street View in VR with your phone just download the Street View app for Daydream and Cardboard Earthtopomaps.com

Stand at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro or soar through the sky faster than a speeding bullet. We love this sense of possibility, so we’re bringing Street View to Earth VR to make it easier for you to see. if you don’t have one of those systems, you can still check out Street View in VR with your phone just download the Street View app for Daydream and Cardboard Earthtopomaps.com

Stand at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro or soar through the sky faster than a speeding bullet. We love this sense of possibility, so we’re bringing Street View to Earth VR to make it easier for you to see. if you don’t have one of those systems, you can still check out Street View in VR with your phone just download the Street View app for Daydream and Cardboard Earthtopomaps.com

Get a closer look with Street View in Google Earth VR.

Stand at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro or soar through the sky faster than a speeding bullet. We love this sense of possibility, so we’re bringing Street View to Earth VR to make it easier for you to see. if you don’t have one of those systems, you can still check out Street View in VR with your phone just download the Street View app for Daydream and Cardboard Earthtopomaps.com

Stand at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro or soar through the sky faster than a speeding bullet. We love this sense of possibility, so we’re bringing Street View to Earth VR to make it easier for you to see. if you don’t have one of those systems, you can still check out Street View in VR with your phone just download the Street View app for Daydream and Cardboard Earthtopomaps.com

Explore the high seas in VR and Google Earth

Explore the high seas in VR and Google Earth

Explore the high seas in VR and Google Earth

explore the high seas

On World Oceans Day, we honor one of our most unique ecosystems and important resources. This year. We invite you to learn more about our vast and varied oceans, and some of the challenges facing them. By immersing yourself in virtual reality (VR). And diving into curated nautical adventures in Google Earth.

 It’s estimated that around 35 percent of harvested fish and seafood is lost or wasted somewhere between when it’s caught and when it appears on your plate. As part of our Daydream Impact program. The World Wildlife Fund. And Condition One brought this journey to life through a virtual reality documentary showing how fish get from Ocean to Plate. Short of actually being on a fishing boat or in a processing plant. There’s no better way to understand the fishing industry supply chain and its impact on our oceans. Check out the video below. Or by using a VR viewer like Cardboard or Daydream View. You can also experience this journey in Google Earth.

Explore the high seas in VR and Google Earth

We’ve also schooled up with some of the world’s leading storytellers. Scientists and nonprofits in Google Earth Voyager. Dive in and learn about humpback whales with the International Union for Conservation of Nature. An organization that researches large marine ecosystems that make up our planet’s oceans. Understanding how these ecosystems interact can help humpback whales and other oceanic creatures thrive. Plus, you can hear the song of the summer performed by humpback whales near Hawaii.

explore the high seas

And finally. We’ll take a satellite view of the oceans with “Waterways from Space” from NASA’s Earth Observatory. The latest in our series of views of the planet from above. This stunning collection of imagery shows some of the most beautiful oceans. Seas and lakes as captured by satellites and astronauts on the International Space Station.

explore the high seas

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It’s estimated that around 35 percent of harvested fish and seafood is lost or wasted somewhere between when it’s caught and when it appears on your plate.

You can also experience this journey in Google Earth.

We’ve also schooled up with some of the world’s leading storytellers.

It’s estimated that around 35 percent of harvested fish and seafood is lost or wasted somewhere between when it’s caught and when it appears on your plate.

You can also experience this journey in Google Earth.

We’ve also schooled up with some of the world’s leading storytellers.

You can also experience this journey in Google Earth.

We’ve also schooled up with some of the world’s leading storyteller

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