All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Catlin Seaview Survey’

Google Maps Takes Street View Under The Sea

As Google continues to map the Earth, and bring Street View imagery to more exotic places, the company is now tackling the depths of the world’s oceans. Google has teamed up with The Catlin Seaview Survey, which studies the world’s reefs, and is contributing photos to Street View. Google says the survey used a specially designed underwater camera, the SVII. …

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Google+ Hangouts Move Underwater

The Catlin Seaview Survey, with the help of award-winning cinematographer and shark researcher Richard Fitzpatrick, are taking Google+ Hangouts under the sea. The Catlin Seaview Survey is a research project whose mission is the “carry out the first comprehensive study to document the composition and health of coral reefs on the Great Barrier reef and Coral sea.” They are going …

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