Streams to check out: Scenery and landmarks
At this point, the view from your couch or window has probably grown dull and monotonous. While we might still be stuck at home for a while, here are a few streams you can check out to give yourself something else to look at. From famous landmarks to your hometown’s skyline to what’s happening beyond our atmosphere, these streams might also serve as a peaceful distraction.
Google Arts & Culture
Using the Street View section of Google Arts & Culture, you can check out every angle of the world’s most iconic structures, explore different cultures and see different historical locations as they are today.
Want to see what is happening right now in places like 42nd Street in New York City or the Milan Cathedral in Italy or the strip in Las Vegas? Skyline Webcams offers real-time live city views and scenic locations.
With the help of the latest in 360-degree photos and video technology, 360Cities gives visitors views of cities and natural areas across the world. You can virtually visit rainforests, monasteries and geysers.
Find it: https://www.360cities.net/
International Space Station
Orbiting the Earth once every 90 minutes, the International Space Station lets people feel what it’s like to be an astronaut. Live video includes internal views when the crew is on duty and Earth views at other times.