The Google self driving car has been well publicised and you might even be seen on the road at some time. So, surely there must be other self driving car in development? Continue reading →
This is probably something that many people have not even thought about before and so we have the World White Web Continue reading →
There is no doubt that there are many uses for Google’s Street View, but just occasionally wouldn’t you like to spice it up a bit or make a change to your view of things? Well you can get a different view with Brick Street View that changes everything to Lego with some added features such as; toy cars, trees and buildings. It’s all the idea of Swedish coder Einar Oberg who uses LDraw, BRIGL, GSVPano, GSVPanoDepth, ThreeJS, Google Places API, and the Google App Engine to make this possible.
The street view panorama itself is just a textured sphere, but to make the scene come to life and to add more perspective, real Lego models is inserted such as cars, flowers and trees. Even base plates for the roads. For this I use a format called LDraw. An open standard for LEGO CAD programs that allow the user to create virtual LEGO models and scenes.
Source – Brick Street View
Google users have been able to view their entire search history for some time now, but the search engine has taken this one step further Continue reading →
With lots of content available on the internet these days, our reaction to it will be different every time. So in order for us to share this with family and friends etc Google have come up with #ChromeSelfie.
Have you ever read an article that made your jaw drop or seen a funny clip that made you laugh until you cried? Now, #ChromeSelfie lets you show your friends exactly how you feel.
You need to have the Chrome app on your Smartphone or tablet in order for the orange coloured bar to pop up on the screen, what will your reaction be on Aprils Fools Day?
Source – Chrome Blogspot