Google Earth adds live video feeds for watching natural wonders in real-time

Google Earth adds live video feeds for watching natural wonders in real-time

July 6, 2017

Google Earth got a noteworthy patch up not long ago with highlights like browser support, 3D maps and informative Knowledge Cards. It's currently added live substance to that rundown.

The Voyager narrating segment, which gives you a chance to take intelligent guided voyages through fascinating spots, now underpins live video bolsters. The primary area that you can look at very close is the Katmai National Park in Alaska, which sees dark colored bears rise up out of a large portion of a time of hibernation to get salmon in the Brooks River.

The group at Explore.org has set up five cameras crosswise over Katmai, including one submerged so you can watch the bears chase salmon in their component.



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