Google uses a miniature camera filming a model world

  Wei Feng network, January 13, from PC to smartphones and tablets to VR equipment, including once-popular devices such as MP3 and MP4, a type of electronic product seems to be difficult to keep in peak condition. Looked like an indispensable PC, also entered a slump in recent years, according to statistics released only a few days ago, 2015 PC shipments fell in comparison to 8% earlier.

Google uses a miniature camera filming a model world

  However, there is one device from the beginning, for more than 100 years in time, never in real low, but equipment is constantly updated and progress. Obviously, this is photography equipment. And now, Google by installed a tiny camera on the toy train and shuttle it by remote control in a model world film. Shoot out results in street sense, can be said very imaginative.

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Google uses a miniature camera filming a model world

  This model is a fictional small town at the foot of the Alps in the world, but in the entire model, also contains the United States part of the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas street scene, and so on. This model was created by both Google and Ubilabs, is considered the world’s largest model railway world (although small does not know this maximum are there any conditions attached, but the original is said so). Ted Baker iPhone 6 covers

Google uses a miniature camera filming a model world

  And the purpose of Google to do, is show remote control micro-camera results, but also show their amazing creativity and imagination. Objectively speaking, difficulty of making this little world is very large, but overall speaking, with paintings of the Qing Ming Shang he TU also had some sort of similar essence.

Google uses a miniature camera filming a model world

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