Google Maps Adds 360-Degree Videos Of Rio’s Favelas
The maps service labeled undocumented areas in order to dimensionalize the city for the 2016 Olympic Games
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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