Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Sure, just about every street in the world has been mapped now, but how about your local airport or IKEA store? Well, the latest version of Google Maps (6.0) now works indoors, in a whole bunch of places across the US and Japan to start. But don’t worry that there isn’t many indoor maps just yet, just about anyone can submit a floor plan to help populate indoor maps around the world.
Next up: a lovely film about a lonely desk toy that longs for adventure. Observing the space around him, a robot finds a toy car and heads off on a road trip across the United States, guided only by Google Maps Street View. We start on the Brooklyn Bridge and finish on the Pacific Coast Highway in California.
It’s a place where your refrigerator could be connected to the Internet, so it could order groceries when they ran low.
Kevin Lee | September 30, 2011 | 0 Comments <a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/jump/clickz.us/search/paid-search;page=article;artid=2113275;topcat=search;cat=paid-search;static=;sect=site;tag=google;tag=twitter;pos=txt1;tile=8;sz=2x1;ord=123456789?"