In its pursoot to smoothen the user-friendliness of its map service with new breakthroughs, Google has unveiled this explanatory video. This video featuring Google Software Engineer Evan Parker attempts to show its users the improvements that Google Maps have implemented to its service with the WebGL technology.
“WebGL is a new technology that brings hardware-accelerated 3D graphics to the browser without additional installed software. With WebGL your maps experience is much better with 3D buildings, smoother transitions between imagery and the ability to instantly “swoop” into Street View without a plugin.”
“Go to http://maps.google.com/gl”
Sweet! This needs very little user adaptation.
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