Internet search giant, Google, revealed a wide range of images of places around the world which were inaccessible till date due to various reasons, one of them being ‘access’. Till date, many places remained undiscovered, which could only be reached by tricycle.
Google Lat Long blog, regularly updated with news and notes by the Google Earth and Maps team, software engineer Jeremy Pack explained that the trikes (short for a tricycle) have been successful in capturing places which earlier were unapproachable by car.
In an example, the blog displayed the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin with pictures taken with the helps of trikes, designed by Google engineer, Daniel Ratner.
Ratner, personally have pedaled his way in Legoland and the Santa Monica Pier, to make things fruitful. With the help of images updated from trikes, Google Street View would enable users to visit places around the world. Thousands of images have been collected in order to make things more creative.