Evan Rapoport is a Product Manager for Google Maps Street View and community photography products such as Photo Sphere, Views, and Panoramio. He loves pushing the limits of what smart phone cameras can do, and creating products that empower people to share their stories through pictures and maps.
Before joining Google in 2011, he lived in Hawaii for eight years where he worked in high tech. His previous projects include storytelling platforms for outdoor adventurers, K-12 educational tools for oceanography and environmental stewardship, and brain-computer interfaces for severely disabled people.
He has authored or co-authored several peer-reviewed journal articles and two book chapters on functional brain imaging. His previous research at the University of Virginia and Carnegie Mellon included topics in human visual perception, often using virtual reality headsets or large immersive displays to better understand how people perceive and interact with the world around them.
Evan also loves hiking, stand-up paddling, and the ocean.
Evan Rapoport was born in Suffern, New York and currently live in Los Altos, California.
As you can imagine, Evan works at Google