Google turned to production company B-Reel to help them launch a new Street View feature allowing users to “travel back in time,” accessing images from past Street View collections dating back to 2007. B-Reel created several assets for the launch of the new feature, including a redesign of Pegman into Doc Brown. Doc Brown Pegman can be found in the lower-left hand corner of the map once a user engages with the clock icon, as well as in marketing materials for the launch. For more on Google Maps’ new feature, check out the video above.
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