If you tried to search for the Faroe Islands on Google Street View before the spring of 2016 you'd have come up empty. In April 2016, an islander named Durita Andreassen grew so tired of not being included in the technology that she chose to take matters into her own hands. With the help of her community and one of their most prevalent resources, sheep, she made some serious progress.
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The Faroe Islands didn't exist on Google Street View, so the community took matters into their own hands! See Sheep View 360 in action:
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The problem with Sheep View 360? Unpredictable sheep. The Google Street View team has teamed up with the Faroe Islands to complete their puzzle.
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