A new Google Earth Virtual Reality (VR) feature allows users to enter any address — whether it’s grandma’s house or a 19th-century castle in Germany — and fly over it in 3D with a VR headset.
When Google Earth VR debuted, people could virtually visit a number of popular tourist destinations, including the Hoover Dam in Nevada and the Matterhorn in Switzerland. They could even gaze at the nooks and crannies of the Colosseum in Rome, an archaeological marvel.
But now, people can choose their own destinations, as long as they know the address or name of the location.
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