Added a new interesting feature Google Maps explore selected cities as if you were a bird flying in the sky.

The feature, called Immersive View, uses Google satellite imagery and street imagery to create a computer-generated 3D location model.

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“We can put them together so we can really understand, well, it’s the height of the buildings,” said Liz Reed, one of Google’s vice presidents for technology. “How do we combine this with street viewing? How do we combine that with the view from the air to do something that will be more like you were there? ”

Google says Immersive View will work on virtually any phone and device and will initially launch in Los Angeles, London, New York, San Francisco and Tokyo. Additional cities were “quickly” confirmed by the tech giant in a blog post.

“Looking for a place to dine? Go down to the street level to see nearby restaurants and see useful information such as live entertainment and traffic nearby, “added Miriam Daniel, vice president of Google Maps.” You can even look at them to quickly feel the atmosphere of the place. before you book ”.

Separately, the eco-friendly Google Maps option was also introduced in the United States and Canada. This navigation mode allows users to choose the most efficient route, helping them save money on fuel and reduce emissions. Google says the mode has already been used to travel 86 billion miles abroad and saved more than half a million tons of carbon emissions, the equivalent of removing 100,000 cars from the road.

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