Watch live video feeds in Google Earth:-
Google Earth has long given us a unique satellite view of our planet, but the new features it added in its recent revamp revolutionized virtual travel even further. One of the additions Google introduced was Voyager, which promised to offer interactive and curated
guided tours of some of the world’s most intriguing locations.
Now it has gone one better by offering live content for the very first time. Starting with the Katmai National Park in Alaska, Voyager lets you enjoy footage from five cameras set
up by filmmakers Explore.org. If you view them at the right time, you may see bears catching sockeye salmon as they swim upstream. You could also see the bears playing at Brooks River or hunting for fish underwater.
One camera located on Dumpling Mountain offers a stunning view of the countryside and active volcanoes. Sometimes the camera operators pan and zoom as you watch, helping you follow and get closer to the action.
If nothing much is happening when you visit, you can read about the locations and check out 360-degree Street Views of the places marked with blue dots on the map. It’s incredible stuff.
Visit https://goo.gl/nBSQB4 and Click on the ‘Explore Now” option.
to Watch live video feeds in Google Earth
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