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.