Google Refused To Do Street View So The Faroe Islands Made Sheep View 360

Google Street View has allowed people to explore the interiors of the Palace of Versailles in France and the Adélie Penguin Rookery in Antarctica – all without leaving their homes.

But the company has so far refused to visit the remote Faroe Islands with its famous 360 degree cameras and now the Faroese residents are on a mission to change that by setting up their own Sheep View.

They’ve employed the island’s sheep to help them with the mammoth task – by mounting them with cameras and uploading the results to Google.