Google has acquired Israeli video startup Quicksee, in what appears to be an effort to enhance its Street View and Google Maps projects. Quicksee's beta service encouraged users to upload videos of locations across the globe, and these can be browsed from an interface based on Google Maps. You might think of it as a kind of …
Anyone fancy a Quicksee?
Just a quick one!
...they have already started tagging all known 'street' webcams and provided tunnelled links to the feed. Of course they'll tell the owners of the webcams they're doing this.
Of course they will......
Hook it up to an exercise bike
What I want is something like this hooked up to an exercise bike. Kind of a motivational thing, but also useful when preparing for travel or even local errands.
So it's going to be a mashup of YouTube and GoogleMaps then? So a lot of very, very dull videos of people going about their business and the occasional vid of some chav doing something vulgar and/or stupid to boot!
and of course you will be able to go to the exact place where it happened - the ultimate chav tourist app.
Start bookmarking those dogging sites on maps now...
There is a Video Street View website already at: http://www.videostreetview.com
Is it this one? You can check any street in any direction, in360° video!
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