The Colorado River has just landed on Street View, offering sofa-based rafters the chance to explore 286 miles of the iconic waterway, with plenty of stunning views of the Grand Canyon included along the way.
Google has teamed up with Polar Bears International to capture Street View images of the animals in their natural habitat — images that can now be used to chart the effects of climate change.
Google's quest to map the world from ground level took another step forward Tuesday when its Street View cameras started snapping away in the Philippines for the very first time.
Google has just rolled out a new Maps-related feature enabling users to create their own Street View experience that can be shared with others and embedded into websites. And no, you don't need a camera-laden car to get involved.
Although you may one day require snorkeling gear to explore the stunning Italian city of Venice, at least its current beauty has been preserved forever on Google's Street View site.
The Lamborghini Museum in Italy has opened its doors to Google's Street View service, though presumaby it wasn't one of its camera-equipped Toyota Corollas that captured the panoramic imagery.
The driver of a Street View car in Indonesia must be kicking himself for driving off following his initial crash with a bus, as his decision led to a further two smashes before he was finally detained by police.
In a joint project with the Galapagos National Park and the Charles Darwin Foundation, Google on Thursday rolled out some impressive new Street View imagery from the Galapagos Islands, a location famous for its rich and diverse ecosystems.
Street View has recently brought us the interior of the world's largest passenger plane, views from the top of the world's tallest building, and underwater imagery from the Great Barrier Reef. And we can now add pandas to the list.
More updates from Google's Street View team, with the latest bringing its first panoramic imagery from the streets and highways of Peru. The rollout of the new content means Street View now covers more than 3000 cities in 51 countries.
Google has further expanded its Street View service, on Tuesday launching a new behind-the-scenes site for its Special Collections. The new material includes everything from videos and audio tours to background information about how the imagery was gathered.
Continuing its off-road explorations, Google's Street View team has now stepped onto the world's largest passenger plane, Airbus's A380. The imagery shows off the swish interior of the huge aircraft, which is capable of holding more than 850 passengers.
If you've ever dreamed of climbing a mountain but were put off by the fact that you might have to actually expend some energy, you'll be pleased to know that Street View and Mount Fuji have come together to help turn your fantasy into reality.
Google's well-traveled Street View Trolley was wheeled to the top of the Eiffel Tower recently, with its captured imagery released on the service on Tuesday. The data also includes online exhibitions with archival images, plans, engravings, and more.