World’s Tallest Skyscrapers now get a Special Collection from Google Street View Brahmnoor Singh June 26, 2013 Archive Google has now stepped to the Arab World, by creating its first time special collection of Street View of Burj Khalifa as well as other skyscrapers leading the world’s height. The Google Earth team has stepped out its first content in Arab countries. This special collection is a very rare feature of Google Earth, in which it tries to capture the very natural and creating the most realistic world in the screen. Underwater reefs, famous museums and the White House have already been in the list. Now The Burj Khalifa joins the run.The Trekker device used to create 360 images has never been used to capture such a tall structure ever. While the project has on, Google capturers were placed over special maintenance units to get a better snap of the entire building. “We feel this is an excellent opportunity to put an architectural masterpiece in front of thousands of people every month,” said Tarek Abdalla, a Google marketing executive based in the Mid East. “We went to Emaar in October with a question of how we could bring this masterpiece to the world, and in the spirit of Dubai, we pushed the boundaries of technology” There’s a lot to see in this new masterpiece by Google Technology. You can experience the high-speed elevators, sky lobbies, corporate suites and meeting room facilities, as well as the observation desk. This is a cool utility that covers the 360-degree views of residential and commercial areas. “Burj Khalifa is the pride of the UAE, and a true icon that underlines the strength of global collaborations to create new benchmarks in engineering, architecture and urban planning,” said Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Emaar Properties, who wasn’t present at the event, but delivered his message via video from the Google offices in Paris. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.