Google, the giant search engine has a lot of expectations and hopes to reclaim its position of being the market leader as it is coming up with its new internal mapping technologies. These internal mapping technologies will enable people to visualize the inside of other users’ colons along with high definition picture quality. Vice president of engineering for Google Maps, Brian McClendon said in his own words “Google Maps opened up the world to our users,” he added “And this new endoscopic view will open up our 300 million users to the world.”
As confirmed by McClendon, in the coming few weeks, the teams which are highly trained in terms of medical photographers will be sent off around the world. They will be sent with a specifically designed endoscope which they will use to photograph each and every inch of the internal Google users. McClendon said “The teams will take pictures at night, when you’re asleep,” he then added “It’s much more convenient for our users that way and not at all sinister. You won’t even know we’ve been inside you.”
Without Google maps, people would be like a wreck of a human being and as a matter of fact, the latest restore of Google’s maps web service as well as its apps are not that amazing and stunning. And therefore, Google must keep Apple supposedly as it gets ready to release its own Maps app. This release will be done at the WWDC of Google on the 11th of June. The users of the Android operating system of the Google can even get offline access to the Google Maps app in the few and upcoming months. Hence, the users can download maps as many as of over 100 countries so that they can access later.
On more change which is found in the Google Maps is that it is going to be used less frequently. The search engine is sending Street View Trekkers which are cameras fitted on the backs of skiiers and hikers who perform adventures so that they can map territories for Mountain View which are not yet charted or mapped. Google is also sending a number of planes which would circle over the major cities across the world in order to widen the Google Earth 3D models of built-up areas by making use of 45 degree aerial imagery.