Japan made Google Street View just for cats
Hiroshima's tourism board just created a feline version of the popular Google Street View, which allows you to tour the city from a cat's perspective. The mapping program offers a one-foot-tall view of the town and lets you meet other cats on your way. Each of these animals has a bio that expands and lets you learn more about it. For now, the feature is only active for the city of Onimochi, where you can walk through a few streets and get the immersive experience of the on-site audio and visuals.
The website is a way to attract more tourists to the city, which is famous for the number of cats that populate its streets. You can experience it here.
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