A Woman in the Faroe Islands Was So Offended That Google Wouldn’t Visit, She Attached Cameras to Sheep
Well this is something new
Any idea what the Faroe Islands look like? We didn’t have a clue, and apparently neither did Google.
Located between Iceland and Norway, this archipelago of 18 islands isn’t featured on any Google Street View maps. And residents are none too pleased--so much so that they’re trying get themselves on the tech giant’s radar.
First, they started a petition on YouTube, and now they’ve gone full rogue with a project called Sheepview360, which is a surprisingly accurate name considering they’ve outfitted five of the island’s sheep (which outnumber humans two to one) with solar-powered 360 cameras and sent them to wander around and collect video data.
We’re just dying to know what those office dynamics are like.