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4/11/2020

Iseng Cari Alamat Rumah, Cowok Ini Malah Temukan Sosok Ayahnya Yang Udah Meninggal 2 Tahun Lalu!

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Karena perkembangan teknologi sekarang kita menjadi dimudahkan dalam berbagai hal. Banyak aspek kehidupan yang sekarang sangat bergantung pada gadget terutama smartphone. Semua orang sekarang pasti membutuhkan smartphone untuk menjalani aktifitasnya sehari-hari. Mulai untuk berkomunikasi, akses transportasi, mencari informasi, pesan tiket, transfer uang dan lain sebagainya.

Banyak fungsi yang bisa dikerjakan oleh sebuah smartphone, termasuk mencari alamat. Dulu kita masih sangat kesusahan dalam mencari alamat sebuah tempat. Sebelum ada Google Map, pertama harus cari nama tempatnya dan alamatnya di internet. Lalu membuka peta konvensional dan mencari arah menuju Kesana. Sekarang tinggal kita memberikan perintah suara dan smartphone langsung mencari lokasi tersebut. Bahkan estimasi waktu dan jarak lokasi tujuan juga langsung muncul.

Nah, hal ini jusa dilakukan oleh pemilik akun Instagram @poloreza89. Akun @poloreza89 juga mencari alamat rumahnya dengan menggunakan fitur Google Map. Sebagaimana kita ketahui fitur Google Map juga telah dilengkapi dengan tampilan Street View. Jadi, kita bisa langsung melihat tampilan kondisi jalan dan tempat yang dicari secara 3D. Namun pria pemilik akun @poloreza89 ini kaget ketika menelusuri alamat rumahnya dengan menggunakan tampilan Street View.  Pria ini mencari alamat rumahnya di daerah Margahayu Raya, Bandung Saat menelusuri dengan Google Map, pria ini menemukan sosok memakai sarung dan kopiah di dekat rumahnya. Sosok ini tertangkap sangat jelas oleh kamera Street View. Pria pemilik akun @poloreza89 merasa familiar dengan sosok yang memakai sarung dan kopiah itu. Kaget dengan penemuannya ini, dia lantas mengunggahnya ke Instagram pada Kamis (26/10/2017).

Begini cerita akun @poloreza89 selengkapnya: "Kaget pas searching alamat rumah di margahayu raya melalui googel map, ternyata ada sosok almarhum bapak saya yg baru balik solat jumat.. sedang kan almarhum bapak saya sudah meninggal 2 tahun yang lalu kenapa secara kebetulan almarhum bapak saya yang ke foto nya sedngkan di daerah saya banyak.orang lain yang bisa ke foto oleh google maps.. subhanalloh terlepas Google Maps telat update.. ciri khas sarung, kopeah dan baju koko khas almarhum bapak saya.. saya minta doanya dari kawan-kawan semua yahh agar almarhum bapak saya bisa tenang di alam sana..alfatihahhhh... ." 

Sosok yang memakai sarung, kopiah dan baju koko itu adalah alamarhum ayah dari @poloreza89 yang telah meninggal 2 tahun yang lalu. Postingan dari @poloreza89 ini telah mendapatkan like lebih dari 29 ribu. Namun sayangnya tak ada komentar di sana.
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