Google Earth 6 brings greater realism in two ways. It integrates Street View and 3D trees for the first time. It’s also easier to browse through historical images as well.
Google Earth has traditionally only allowed users to fly over spaces to view the landscape and surrounding features. With the introduction of a full integrated street view, you can journey from East to West in a fully integrated street view experience, no flying over necessary.
The latest version of Google Earth makes it much easier to discover historical imagery. When you are searching in an area where historical imagery is available, the date of the oldest imagery will appear in the status bar at the bottom of the screen. If you click on this date, you’ll be taken back in time to view imagery from that time period. From there, you can search through all the historical imagery available at that location, or simply close the time control and return to the default view.
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