You can hide under the ocean, but The Google will find you!
Australian scientists at the University of Queensland’s Global Change Institute are studying the effects of climate change by teaming up with Google and the Catlin Corporation to make 360-degree visual maps of the Great Barrier Reef. They’re using an underwater camera that records 360-degree images the similar to those used by Google Maps to produce Google Street View.
The result, an interactive online feature called SeaView, is pretty nifty. Look around at one section of reef, then zoom off to another spot.