Google Maps Immersive View uses artificial intelligence and 3D mapping to help you explore the world like never before, whether it be on a smartphone, tablet or computer. They’ve used computer vision and AI to fuse together billions of Street View as well as aerial images to generate an accurate digital model of the world. This means you’ll be able to visit a neighborhood, landmark, restaurant or popular venue like you’re actually there.
What can you expect when using Immersive Well? Well, if you’re planning a trip to London and want to figure what to see or eat. A simple search will allow you to virtually soar over Central London to see the neighborhood and architecture of famous sights, like Big Ben. Google Maps’ information is then layered on top, which means you can use the time slider to view what the area looks like at different times of day and multiple weather conditions. It may be a while, if ever, until Google Maps is released on the NES.
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Glide down to street level to explore nearby restaurants and see helpful information, like live busyness and nearby traffic. You can even look inside them to quickly get a feel for the vibe of the place before you book your reservation,” said Google.