August 07, 2007

Google announces Street View for Orlando, San Diego, Los Angeles, Houston API enables 1.1 billion more users!

Google has announced additional Street View imagery for several cities including Orlando, FL.. now you can get up close imagery of Disney, Epcot, Sea World, etc... maybe I'll head over to Pleasure Island later ;0) Google announced just today the imagery is now available for San Diego, Los Angeles, Houston and Orlando. In other updates from Google recently, the Google Maps API team announced that they enabled geocoding in the API for India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and Ireland. From the crew... "That means there are potentially 1.1 billion more users that might now be able to locate themselves on your map - that's about 1/5 of the world's population." SWEET! See www.google.com/maps/
Above is a Street Side image from San Diego, CA - cool.. next year at the ESRI UC maybe we'll be captured when they do an image update!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to see what new and interesting finds will surface now. There are already quite a few coming in in addition to the 600 existing finds here:

http://streetviewgallery.corank.com

noisycity said...

I added here some amazing Street View from the last update (08/2007).