The big giant Google has released a new version of its popular Google Earth application for virtual reality. "Google Earth VR (Google Earth VR)". The current version has an officially support for Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch. Oculus players can download the new application freely and can get the amazing google Earth amazing experience.
Talking about the user experience of new VR application, this application should be compared to only the basic level of user experience. So here just like before the physical landmark location can be selected through the navigation system. And the important function here is that now Google has added a "search" feature in this virtual reality application. So now the players or users can directly input the desired location via the air floating keyboard. So you can easily put the address of new location and new Google Earth VR will navigate you to the desired location. However there is still an option to navigate without inserting any address. In this case you just have to zoom and move to the desired locations.
Available popular Places for Google Earth
But talking about the available content from Google, this, application only have 27 locations for navigation. This also includes the Castle in Cape Town, the Cape of Cape Town in South Africa, the Perry Moreno Glacier in Argentina, the Larsen Mountains in California, and the Palermo in Italy.
Google Earth VR Improved Cache Performance
The new version of Google Earth VR also includes a new cache system that allows you to select a custom area for pre loading when you need to browse the spots without waiting for the image to get load. The original version has a predefined location and size, and the new version allows you to define these two parameters. Google also says that the new version of application also has an improved cache performance.