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Machine Learning Makes Google Maps More Realistic - News

Machine Learning Makes Google Maps More Realistic – News

Google Maps will soon get the global view, a function for displaying 3D environments. There is also an option to show eco-friendly methods.

Google introduced the features at the Google I/O conference. Eco-friendly roads are already in North America and are now also coming to Europe.

At the same time Announces Immersive View Company. In addition, the images on the maps are enriched with machine learning to show places at different times of the day or in different climatic conditions. For example, Google shows, among other things, what Big Ben looks like in London in the morning, at sunset, or when it rains. In terms of style, it all reminds us of the game City Skylines, but for practical reasons.

The feature will soon be available on mobile devices in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Tokyo, and will be expanded in due course.

For developers, there are updates to Live View, a mode in which you receive directions using augmented reality, for example to find a station exit. There is now a free ARcore Geospatial API with which you can integrate Live View into your own app. Lime, among other things, is testing this functionality to show where anyone can leave a rental e-bike or scooter.

Google introduced the features at the Google I/O conference. Eco-friendly roads are already in North America and are now also coming to Europe, meanwhile, the company is announcing the Immersive View. In addition, the images on the maps are enriched with machine learning to show places at different times of the day or in different climatic conditions. For example, Google shows, among other things, what Big Ben looks like in London in the morning, at sunset, or when it rains. Everything is reminiscent of City Skylines in terms of style, but then in practice. The functionality will be available on mobile devices soon in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Tokyo, and will be expanded in due course. There are updates for developers Live View, this is the mode in which you receive directions with augmented reality, for example to find the exit of the station. There is now a free ARcore Geospatial API with which you can integrate Live View into your own app. Lime, among other things, is testing this functionality to show where anyone can leave a rental e-bike or scooter.

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