A propos de Street View

Google Street View est un service lancé en mai 2007 afin de compléter Google Maps et Google Earth. Il permet de naviguer virtuellement dans les rues de villes et de villages.
Dès juillet 2008, Google Street View s'implante en France, suivant le tracè du Tour de France 2008, en proposant des images panoramiques prises au niveau du sol.
En juin 2011, quasiment toute la France est couverte par Street View. (Wikipedia)


Street View photographie le monde
Street View est disponible dans plus de 64 pays et régions.
Vous trouverez une carte à ce sujet dans Google.
L'image Street View ci-dessous montre dans quels lieux insolites les conducteurs sont amenés. Ce véhicule Street View a photographié la route appelée 'Top of the World Highway' et a pris pour cela le ferry sur le Yukon au Canada.





Launch video of Street View
May 29, 2007: Street View is a new feature of Google Maps that allows you to quickly and easily view and navigate high-resolution, 360 degree street level images of various cities around the world.





Clip promotionnel de Street view par Google
Superbe clip de promotion du lancement de Street View en France 2008.





Introducing the Street View Trike
Oct, 2009: The Street View trike lets us take pictures of places that are not accessible by car.





Introducing the Street View snowmobile
Feb 8, 2010: Street View is now on the ski slopes! You can now see the venues for the games and the world's first snowmobile Street View imagery on Google Maps.





Street View hops on the train to capture the Swiss Alps
Oct, 2011: In cooperation with Rhaetian Railway, our Street View team has collected images from one of the world's most scenic railway routes: the Albula-Bernina line in Switzerland.





Tour the Amazon with Street View
Mar 21, 2012: Google Maps with Street View now allows you to visit parts of the Amazon Basin including the Rio Negro tributary and the surrounding communities.





Explore Kennedy Space Center with Street View
Aug, 2012: Google Maps in collaboration with NASA is enabling people around the world to take a trip to the doorway to outer space.