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Google Trekker Stops in Fishers
The original item was published from July 29, 2016 3:25 PM to July 29, 2016 3:43 PM
has been making its way throughout Indiana, and last weekend our Fishers Parks & Recreation Department had a chance to strap the device on and hit Fishers’ trails! Unlike standard street view positioning, Google Trekker helps people visualize what spaces look like off the beaten path. With a total of 12 cameras, the device captures 12 panorama images in a matter of seconds, ensuring a complete view of the landscape that can be incorporated into Google maps and experienced by users around the world, virtually.
While in Fishers, Google Trekker explored Roy G. Holland Memorial Park, the Nickel Plate Trail, the Geist Trail loop, Flat Fork Creek Park, The Historic Ambassador House and Heritage Gardens, the Fall Creek Greenway, and the Saxony Hall/Lake and Beach area.
Keep scrolling to see images from last week’s outing.
Fishers Parks & Recreation Director, Tony Elliot wearing Google Trekker.
Events Coordinator, Kathryn Hayes wearing Google Trekker.
Google Trekker exploring Flat Fork Creek Park.
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