Google product manager Ryan Falor demonstrates the Trekker, a 40-pound camera, for the media in 2012 at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. The company will loan the  unit to Raleigh to record some city trails and parks to feature in Google Trekker online.
Google product manager Ryan Falor demonstrates the Trekker, a 40-pound camera, for the media in 2012 at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. The company will loan the unit to Raleigh to record some city trails and parks to feature in Google Trekker online. Rick Bowmer ASSOCIATED PRESS
Google product manager Ryan Falor demonstrates the Trekker, a 40-pound camera, for the media in 2012 at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. The company will loan the unit to Raleigh to record some city trails and parks to feature in Google Trekker online. Rick Bowmer ASSOCIATED PRESS

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