Here in Google San Francisco offices the company just announced three major new additions to Google earth and Google -- so what we're looking at here.
Is a preview of some new technology but I'm showing here is an example of this new -- imagery.
And reconstructed buildings.
On Galaxy Nexus.
And here I am in San Francisco -- gonna go ahead in and around. And show.
The fact that I can just fly around these three new models we haven't that announced an exact date but this is in the coming out and it in the coming weeks where does -- -- come from do you own or a contractor own airplanes to do this.
So we do have -- planes as well as contract with partners.
For acquiring the imagery that's necessary for.
Creating these 3-D reconstruction so we're really excited about bringing this technology to users wherever they are on whatever platform there and.
Today I'm here to tell you that -- no longer need those paper --
Like many other Google apps Google Maps is going offline.
Once you confirm your selection -- Apple automatically start down onto the device and as you can see the -- may be clear at this in normal.
But I think it off the plane and start zooming in -- is that the map.
Is virtually unusable as a comparison. The device but we have just downloaded. The Google map.
As they started zooming in the map remains clear.
Even down to street --
See you can easily see where you are and where you can do so -- the trucker.
Provision for them Fuller -- we -- you know users. And what you was partners and there it is this fall and even sooner.
-- -- or bunch of places and and bring -- imagery that the when he dreamed of but yeah.
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