Stadiums and Sport

Street Circuits – Part 1

Once a year, streets all over the world transform into professional racing circuits to play host to some the greatest drivers and cars in the world. Parking lots are turned into paddocks, parks are remodelled with grandstands, and intersections on…

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Wednesday, 3rd March 2010

Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics: City Venues

Continuing on from last week’s look at the mountain venues, today we’ll explore the city venues of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. The Games’ opening and closing ceremonies, along with nightly ‘Victory Ceremonies’ (which we assume means medal presentations) will…

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Monday, 15th February 2010

Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics: Mountain Venues

The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games start today and Google has treated us to excellent new imagery of many of the venues1, particularly those in and around Whistler, the mountain venue about 120 km north of the city. Earlier this…

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Friday, 12th February 2010

Racetrack Driveway

Do you think you have what it takes to drive a racecar? You think you’ve got the skills to go wheel to wheel with the likes of Lewis Hamilton? Would you like to try? Well most of us are limited…

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Monday, 11th January 2010

Floating Stages

Cities around the world may be running out of land to build performance spaces, so are looking to their waterfronts for inspiration, resulting in the construction of numerous floating stages. The world’s largest example is The Float at Marina Bay…

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Tuesday, 15th December 2009

Street View Public Vote: UK Results

Over the past few days, Google have added a huge amount of new Street View content, covering many places in Singapore and Canada. Google have also included a whole raft of new imagery captured by the Street View Trike, covering…

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Tuesday, 8th December 2009
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