- Fri, 06/01/2012 - 18:07
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Google has already helped us with our destination locations through Google Map and been taking us to exotic locations through Street View, but now they are building ladders to reach the dream of experiencing famous places on Earth without even stepping on it through the World Wonders Project.
A total of 132 sites, ranging from natural landmarks like Yosemite to much more synthetic constructions like the Leaning Tower of Pisa, have both an on-the-ground view as well as 3D renderings, videos and loads of history from UNESCO and the World Monuments Fund, among others.
The educational benefit Google is offering is such a great innovation wherein schools could deliver an actual view of world location lectures in downloadable bundles and web-based look. The promise of a better and realistic approach, more than textbooks could give.
This is to make the world more recognizable and familiar to all humans.
To know more, you could watch the following videos below or visit the Google World Wonders Project.