From fetching all the information on our screens at just one click to helping us access global maps and getting accurate weather predictions, Google has made umpteen other things possible for us — all in our smartphones. Surprisingly, now it has taken one step ahead by claiming to do something unbelievable!
Google has announced his latest project ‘Google Wind’, with this project the company claims to be able to change the direction of winds, keep a tab on rainfall and control the weather in Netherlands through repurposing the country’s old windmills. The Google Cloud Platform team in Netherlands came up with the novel idea of ‘Google Wind’.
Netherlands is known for its tulips and windmills and has a moist climate where it rains 145 days a year. There are not many sunny days in the year. Google has volunteered to step into provide the country with more sunny days! They shared a video on YouTube to provide a sneak peek into their project. The video caption reads, “Using them [windmills] not to capture wind, but to generate them.” The project is so bold that Google is claiming to even control rainfall.