Google's Street View has been around long enough to become part of the internet scenery, although it continues to offer interesting scenery for those with a sharp eye. The Great Satan of Mountain View addressed early privacy concerns with its face-blurring algorithm, while the company's dedicated censorship SWAT teams were on …
Not just arses
They have re-shot the pics of my street because it had some prominent photos of locals showing the spymobile the classic "Antonio Banderas" style salute (hand crossed at elbow). It will be interesting to see the algo to pick up that one as it is more difficult to pick up algorithmically compared to a naked a**e.
Well done those guys.
Backsides days are numbered?
Economical! You can write 101 (etc) using just two numbers!
Pretty typical example of the Google gaydar in action...
re. "the public mounting gluteus maximal protests "
I'm SURE that ought to be 'mounting public gluteus maximal protests' (I do get the bit about 'maximal')
Then again, I haven't seen the videos, just some initial still shots. I'll leave you to it.
And the driver thinks...
"Why is it always the ugly ones..."
What's brilliant about mooning is that it seems necessary for the moonee to look over his/her shoulder face the moone, as though getting his/her aim right. It makes you wonder if a proper lunation is possible without such the visual backup.
Also great that for once it's the faces blurred out. The puritanical fetish for blurring out random body parts can be seriously irritating.
Re: Well aimed
Shame Street View's recent visit to Manchester was slightly more prudish: http://imgur.com/a/s2vhw/all
Doesn't the human driving the car see them?
Google have developed new Arse pixellating software...
... Apparently the Palace of Westminster has now been pixellated...!
"... Apparently the Palace of Westminster has now been pixellated...!"
Are there even that many pixels to go around?
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