Google Maps Adds 360-Degree Videos Of Rio’s Favelas

Google Maps Adds 360-Degree Videos Of Rio’s Favelas
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

The maps service labeled undocumented areas in order to dimensionalize the city for the 2016 Olympic Games

Macala Wright
  • 10 august 2016

In time for the Olympic Games, the Google Arts & Culture Initiative has launched a project titled ‘Rio: Beyond the Map,’ a project worked on with local residents which documents life in Rio’s favelas, a place where one in five residents of Brazil lives, that means 1.4 million people don’t have an address.

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