Published On: Sat, Mar 10th, 2018

Who’s a really good Street View camera? You are!

For a latest further to Street View, Google has employed a contingent of really good (and intensely fuzzy) boys — Ako, Asuka and Puuko. In sequence to constraint a snowy streets of Ōdate City, Japan, a association strapped 360 cameras to a backs of a 3 Akita dogs, that accost from a country’s cold and alpine regions.

The association can’t seem to confirm between Dog View or Pup View as a name of their darling mapping creation — a whiteboarding event we would have favourite to have been a fly on a wall for. Why not Akit(a) View?

Ako, Asuka and Puuko trekked around city with an off-the-shelf camera trustworthy to a harness, capturing a view and many dog-friendly spots, including a Akita Dog Museum and a statue of Hachiko, “a dog-turned-legend who dutifully went to Tokyo’s Shibuya hire each day to accommodate his owner, years after a owners upheld away,” according to Google.

While a association customarily goes out of a approach to censor to make a documenters invisible, a doggos shots were, naturally, unwashed ones, capturing their pompous teddy ears in a support — a happy sign of a really good work of 3 of man’s best friends.

You can get a whole of a dog’s-eye-view over here.

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