Earlier in the day, Google quietly opened 3D landscape features in Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan, and Taichung. Although the time to go online is later than Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, etc., it is not slow globally. The biggest advantage of this feature is that users can intuitively see the appearance and height of different buildings, whether they are passengers or locals, making it clearer when visiting new places. understanding.
To activate this feature is very simple, simply visit the Google Maps web page (mobile device and application are not yet supported), switch satellite map mode, you can see a button with "3D" in the lower right corner, the map will switch angles to give you a glimpse into the three-dimensional landscape. If you move the card to an unsupported area after turning on this feature, the screen will only be displayed in a flat format. Residents of other areas, I think, can only wait patiently.