9-Eyes – Google Street View Camera

9-Eyes Google Street View Camera

9-Eyes Google Street View CameraIf you’ve ever spent any time browsing Google Street View, then you’ve probably thought “I wonder what unexpected sights the Google Camera Car has seen?”

Every Friday I share one of my favourite finds of the week — a website, tool or an app that has impressed me.

My Friday Favourite this week is 9-Eyes – Google Street View Camera.

What is it?

9-Eyes is a blog that highlights some of the most interesting (and unusual!) photographs captured by the Google Street View Camera.

How much does it cost?

9-Eyes is a free to view web-site.

The Most Interesting Images from the Google Street View Camera

During lockdown, because we can’t travel as much, we’re looking for new ways to see the world.

I wrote recently about the wonderful WindowSwap – Open a New Window Somewhere in the World.

Another way to virtually see the world is with Google Maps.

Every day, all over the world, Google Camera Cars roam the streets taking panoramic photographs to upload to the Google Street View within Google Maps.

Today, you can drop in on almost any street in the world and explore the stitched-together panoramic images.

Back in 2008 (a year after Google Street View was introduced), artist and filmmaker Jon Rafman began to collect and curate screenshots of images from Google Street View.

Rafman’s web-site, 9-Eyes, displays some of the most amazing images that Google Street View has captured!

The images Rafman has curated range from the intriguing…

Google Street View photograph of broken head statue

… to the amazing…

Google Street View photograph of sand storm

… to the downright bizarre!

Google Street View photograph of women getting undressed

If you’re looking for an interesting distraction, then go and see what you can find on 9-Eyes — Google Street View Camera!

The artist @JonRafman website 9-Eyes shows some of the most interesting (and bizarre!) images taken by the Google Street View Camera! Click to Tweet

How can I get it?

Visit the 9-Eyes website and scroll through the Google Street View Camera photographs!

You can also follow creator @JonRafman on Twitter, Jon Farman on Instagram or visit the Jon Rafman Facebook fan page.

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