Google Street View is a handy tool that can help you get accustomed to a place even before visiting it. Most of what you see is shot using dedicated cars with multi-cam setups. It was only recently that the public was allowed to contribute to the imagery. Seemingly wanting to increase public contributions for even better coverage, Google is preparing yet another feature called Photo Path.
Street View is one of the most useful features that Google created to help people navigate via Search and Maps, and now its availability is about to rise dramatically. Google has announced that it's allowing you to help capture Street View data without a special 360° camera. The beta is limited to a few locations in the beginning, but if everything goes well, many more places might soon be explorable through user imagery.
You know what's fun? Going to a Disney theme park. You know what's even more fun? Being paid to go to a Disney theme park. That's what a few lucky Google employees got to do, because the company announced today that eleven Disney parks have been mapped on Street View. This includes Walt Disney World, California Adventures, Disneyland Paris, and others.