Developer Transforms Google Street View Into an Endless Scroll of Snapshots

Developer Transforms Google Street View Into an Endless Scroll of Snapshots

As cool as Google Street View is, it can get a little troublesome clicking through its on-screen arrows, or accidentally clicking the enhanced-zoom button when you meant to move left or right. Web developer Noah Veltman created a site that takes away this complications and simplifies Street View into an infinite scroll of snapshots of a given area. Enter an area, select a radius size (between 0.5 and 10 miles, or two blocks), and roll through the pictures.

Veltman says Infinite Street View selects its snapshots at random, but if you start to see repeats, select a larger radius and expand your horizons. Select a city you’ve never been to, or your very own backyard. Infinite Street View has endless possibilities of showing you something you never knew existed. — Jason Duaine Hahn

[via The Verge]

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