Those interested in exploring the remote wonder of Angkor Wat can now do so with the click of a button. Google is letting users virtually visit the 12th century ruinous city with its Street View service. According to Smithsonian magazine, Google took 90,000 images to bring more than 100 intricate temples directly to viewers. To capture the World Heritage Site, staff members utilized the Trekker, a backpack equipped with a camera popping up from the top that has 15 lenses to take panoramic shots.
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