Google Uses Tiny Cameras for Mini Street View

Posted at 11:46 AM, Jan 14, 2016

We are used to Google Street View showing off 360 degree views of the world's most popular places. This time Google used tiny cameras to capture a Street View map of Hamburg's Miniatur Wunderland, the world's largest miniature railway. The railroad track runs 13 kilometers, or just over 8 miles! Over 200,000 model citizens live in 7 districts. You will see the fictional city of Kniffingen, the Swiss Alps, Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon and a fully- functional Hamburg Airport with over 30 airplanes. The wonderland plans to add 3 exhibits within the next 5 years: England, France and Africa. 

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