Google Earth 5.0 takes the next plunge
The major change is Google Ocean. You can now ‘swim’ through the world’s oceans and explore them. Though this sounds amazing, it’s not quite what you would expect. You won’t see any ‘real’ fishes swimming around or really see the structure of the ocean. But is does give you a lot of information on the sea-life. And there is more!
Truth is there is not very much to see under the Google Earth ocean layer. Lots of blue. But when you hit the right spot you can see pictures, video’s and information on the Ocean life. What's very nice is that you can also find shipwrecks and places to dive, surf and to kite.
Google has made this add on another great source of information. They have gathered a lot of different kind of video’s and pictures. From old Cousteau movies to a trailer of Planet Earth, discovery channel documentaries and more.
Also there are some interesting features implemented. You can follow the route of a white shark. It’s a pity you don’t see much more than the (blue) sand on his route though, but for those interested in sharks it’s an interesting feature.
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