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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Aug 10, 2020

Virtual Exploration Tools

While most of us can’t wait to get back to traveling the nation or the world, until the pandemic situation is more under control, we’ll have to settle for virtual excursions.

Exploring other places around the world allows us to understand and discover new cultures and art along with the amazing natural wonders that await us all.

We really like to tell people to check out the Google Arts and Culture site to virtually explore the world.

They combine technologies that include their street views in 360-degree videos along with lots of art and culture through the website or their app. 

It’s a great way to do some detailed homework for famous sites that you plan to visit down the road.

You can explore famous museums and artwork along with famous places that most people have on their bucket list.

As you would expect, you can search by any number of topics or locations to start your explorations.

It’s a wonderful distraction from what’s going on in the real world, so the next time you need to take a virtual trip in your mind, might we suggest you go to: