If not, prepare to be amazed (and quite possibly distracted from all the work you should be doing for an hour or so).
Quite similar to the technology used to capture Google’s StreetView imagery, the Google “Trekker’ takes viewers off the pavement and onto the trails less traveled. You can explore places all over the world – from walking through the Pyramids of Giza, diving the Great Barrier Reef, or even scaling the side of El Capitan in Yosemite. Now you can get this same, up-close experience in Johns Creek!
City staff recently teamed-up with Google to borrow the Google Trekker for the first project of this kind in Georgia. The Trekker captured 360-degree imagery of Newtown, Ocee, and Shakerag parks, as well as 14 miles of the Chattahoochee River, 1 mile of Rogers Bridge Trail, and 1 mile of Linear Park trail in Technology Park.