Google is working on improving map data around the world using many avenues. Traditional cartographic, indoor, 3D, and even temporal components are all part of the equation but there is far to go before the virtual world matches the real one.
Brian McClendon built computer graphics software and hardware at Silicon Graphics before co-founding Keyhole in 2000. Keyhole was purchased by Google in 2004, now known as Google Earth. Brian is currently a Google Vice President of Engineering, responsible for geo-products including Google Maps, Google Earth, Streetview, and Sketchup.
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