Study Details: Quantitative market research was conducted in July 2015 by an independent market research firm to understand the impact of virtual tours on increasing consumers’ interest in local businesses (specifically in booking a reservation at a hotel or restaurant).
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To celebrate its tenth birthday, Google Earth has added two new features to better enable users to explore the world. The first feature, Voyager, is available on desktop. According to Google’s blog, Voyager allows users to quickly navigate to its newest and most interesting images. Voyager includes popular images from Street View, such as the Taj Mahal, […]Read more 0
Google has partnered with a number of outdoor explorers, photographers, runners, skiers and filmmakers to take us closer than ever before to highest mountain in the Alps. Google’s new virtual exploration is simply breathtaking, and easily worth a few minutes of your time… As well as a Street View trail which leads you ever step […]Read more 0
Brady Forrest at O’Reilly Radar writes about a new startup, Everyscape, which is seeking to take ordinary photographs and knit them into a “3D” image display for cities. According to Forrest, the company has been around since 2002 and received funding in 2004. Using a mixture of proprietary technology, professionals and community the site hopes […]Read more 0
At the Google Developer conference keynote this morning in San Francisco, one of the clear highlights was the introduction of a redesigned Google Maps experience for the PC and mobile. The New Google Maps are available now with an invitation. Already the leading digital and mobile mapping service, the various feature and UI improvements put […]Read more 0