Google Earth Ocean Showcase

google-ocean After exploring the Earth‘s streets, Mars, moon and back, now Google Earth will let you explore the Deep blue Oceans – a Unique chance to see the beauty of the bountiful oceans you might have missed before.

Google is bringing ocean lovers a new portal to bring you a step closer to the amazing biological and topographical diversity that lies beneath the waves. It’s called the Ocean Showcase.

In a blog post Google announced this all new creation.

Dive into the ocean and discover who lives there — from a deep sea octopus to humpback whales. Explore lost shipwrecks, dive and surf spots, the ocean’s deepest trench, and the latest discoveries of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI).

The Google Earth browser plugin allows users to browse through a selection of highlighted tours. Users of Google Earth 5 can go on to explore more, downloading tours and viewing photos and videos by checking the Ocean folder in the left-hand layers panel.

National Geographic’s popular ocean explorer “Sylvia Earle” narrates the highlights tour. The smattering of categories in the plugin-enabled tours. These Tours include research discoveries, shipwrecks, dive spots, surf spots, underwater terrain and the Great Lakes. The tours are dotted with YouTube videos and more information from carefully curated websites.



Indeed, Google has compiled some entertaining and high-quality content that show us how to integrate different technologies like Google Earth and YouTube.

It’s a bliss for the Ocean lovers and explorers, head over and get started – Ocean Showcase.

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