Warped Google Earth Images Resemble Dali Masterpieces

Warped Google Earth Images Resemble Dali Masterpieces
technology

Brooklyn based artist discovers a hidden feature of Google Earth.

Ross Brooks
  • 3 april 2013

You are probably familiar with Google Earth and how immeasurably interesting it can be using the service to take a look at places you may one day want to visit, or places you can’t visit, such as the bottom of the ocean. However, a new art project highlights certain geographic areas that viewers will never be able to visit — primarily because they don’t exist.

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