Street View city update
Manhattan, NYC has been updated. New is faces of the people have been blurred.
Last edited by sladys; 05-13-2008 at 06:08 PM.
Huge StreetView update
37 new areas:
NY: Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse
VA: Virginia Beach
NC: Charlotte, Winston-Salem
SC: Columbia, Greenville
FL: Boca Raton, Cape Coral, Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Sarasota, West Palm Beach
KY: Lexington, Louisville
OH: Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo
MI: Ann Arbor
MO: St. Louis
OK: Oklahoma City, Tulsa
CA: Bakersfield, Fresno, Sacramento, Stockton
10 new parks and recreational areas:
Everglades National Park (Florida)
Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming)
Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming/Montana)
Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado)
Joshua Tree National Park (California)
Death Valley National Park (California)
Lassen Volcanic National Park (California)
Sequoia National Park (California)
Lake Tahoe (California/Nevada)
Expanded coverage in 15 existing areas:
Kansas City MO
New York City NY
San Diego CA
San Francisco CA
Thats really cool, but a major pain in the buttocks. Why? Because I've been going through all the files in the USA on this website and finding StreetViews for them, and had to skip the ones that weren't covered. Now I get to go back and start over....woot!
But the updates still pretty awesome, minus the fact that it still misses my house by a single road..
I'll point out that some of the imagery is incredibly recent. One friend in the general area of San Francisco says that their house picture is no more than a month old. She is certain because a shopping cart that someone left in the street one day is visible on their sidewalk.
Also, in NYC the Intrepid is now gone and people are out in short sleeves so it must be Spring of this year.
Also, was the imagery in Las Vegas updated? It's night images now, but I could've sworn they were daytime previously. I could be wrong though.
Our church in the northwest Atlanta metro area was shot right around December 23rd, 2007. Details in our church blog:
They missed my house by about 1/2 mile...
Yep. Luxor used to be day, is now night.
Originally Posted by Munden