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You can pilot the Millennium Falcon on Star Wars Street View

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Ever tried to squeeze the galaxy's fastest smuggling ship down Westminster Bridge?

Neither had we, until we came across the incredible web spectacle that is Star Wars Street View.

An unofficial fan-made project, there are no details on who built this superb hack of Google's mapping system, released in the build up to The Force Awakens. 

Street View

You can select from three cabin types to be superimposed over the usual Street View layout: the Millennium Falcon, a TIE Fighter or an X-Wing.

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Street View

Now, who fancies building a version where we can fly our way around the outside of the Death Star?

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