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NYC’s iconic Guggenheim museum added to Street View

by • January 24, 2016 • No Comments

For those unable to see New York City’s Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in man, an online visit may be the upcoming many thing. Google not long ago introduced the iconic museum to Street View, allowing users to virtually walk through its rotunda and check out selected artworks.

In addition to mapping the world’s biggest version railroad, Google’s Street View engineers have been occupied growing the Google Cultural Institute’s online repository of museums and artworks. Over 60 new museums were not long ago introduced to the thousand-plus which are on the market, with the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum the many notable.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation collaborated with Google to manufacture over 120 artworks of its collection on the market for online viewing. Google reports which mapping the museum’s interior was a thing of a technical challenge for the Street View engineers, and drone, tripod and trolley were all employed to stitch together a 360-degree view.

Check out the source link at a lower place to visit the Guggenheim, in addition to other museums and works, which include Romania’s Palace of Parliament and India’s Taj Mahal.

Source: Google Cultural Institute via Arch Daily