Friday, May 20, 2016
With Google Earth, you can explore the world in many different ways.
Find and runs through your favorite places
Visit your home address: navigate directly to your home or look for the address.
Fly all over the world: visit sites around the globe with the Flight Simulator.
Record and playback your favorite trips: choose the places you wish to visit, mark them on the map and record a trip to play it later or share it with other people.
Add your photos to Google Earth: put your photos directly on the globe so that, whenever you visit a place, you can see them along with the photos that already exist in the map.
Learn about the world
See how looks the Earth with the following functions:
Layer Traveler: It examines realistic views of streets, the ground, cities, 3D buildings, etc.
Historical layer: Check out how the various locations have changed over time.
View of the sky: looks at the sky from anywhere in which you find yourself in Google Earth.
Screenshots of 3D terrain: examines how are mountains, canyons and other natural landscapes.
Query how other people used Google Earth
To monitor and improve public health: A company used Google Earth to monitor the air quality and noise levels in order to improve the environment.
For planning a recreational sporting event: A group of runners drew up the map of a 320-km relay race to be prepared to face the ground.
To help a local economy in difficulties: A nonprofit group trained to Governments and local communities in developing country so that they could create sustainable enterprises in the same place.