The way that Google shows the change of the earth for over past 32 years has bring a shock into the world. This time, Google has collaborated with an artist Zach Lieberman for a new project named Land Lines that connect any part of the world by drawing a line. You can now litterary make your own map (or planet) by drawing a line on different continent (link below).
The Land Lines recognize visual input and match it with patterns when you doddle on your web browser. Its end product is a satellite image that could be anything such as a road junction, riverbed or a mountain. This is achieved by data obtained from vantage point threes and deep learning and can be performed without the need of advanced software and computer.
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