Explore the World by Drawing Shapes in This Chrome Experiment

MakeUseOf | 10/13/2017 | Saikat Basu
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Have you ever noticed that our world is a convergence of geometric shapes? If you haven’t then fire up Google Earth and look at the world from up above.

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Geometric shapes often go unnoticed. But an interesting Chrome experiment will help you fuse different shapes and see how common they are all around us. And it will enable you to go around the world in a more interesting way.

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Land Lines is a Chrome experiment that lets you explore Google Earth’s satellite imagery.

As the name says, you just have to use your fingers (or the mouse) to draw gestures on the computer or mobile screen. There are two gestures you can perform to visualize Google Earth satellite imagery in different ways:

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“Draw” to find satellite images that match your every line.

“Drag” to create an infinite line of connected...
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