`Google Naps` help you spot best spot for dozing off
Zee Media Bureau
London: Dutch developers namely Kakhiel and Venour have developed a facility that will help you pick best outdoor sleep spots for you.
The parody map, called `Google Naps`, helps one find the cosiest and coolest spots by using Google Maps and its Pegman, after a tired day.
Here is how it works:
To view a napping spot, click the Pegman.
A pop-up box would tell why the location is a good place for dozing off.
Fields are indicated by a Pegman lying on a green rectangle.
Benches are depicted by a Pegman sitting on a seat, while a Pegman under the covers indicates a napping spot that features a bed.
Anyone can add a napping spot by clicking on the location and filling in the required details, said media reports.
One such `nap` spot has even been plotted in the Atlantic Ocean aboard a boat!
The parody site has been created by Amsterdam-based creative agency, Venour.
(With Agency inputs)
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