Yeah that looks really good.
To be fair to the doubters that street map is a hell of a lot less impressive than the detail they showed on their island demo and claimed they could do.
The island had no gaps even on the individual grains of soil (which was stretching the truth) yet the point cloud for the street wasn't particularly dense, with noticeable gaps and data for just one side of many objects was stored, not truly 3D.
I don't doubt it's a technical achievement if real and it will have a market as they show in their video, I just think currently it's uses are fairly limited and we are a long way off that being a practical option for gaming. Even with the low density point cloud of the street demo the frame rate doesn't look stellar and add in lighting, physics and player interaction etc and it would be a fraction of that.
Atomontage looks like a better short term target. Visually it's more minecraft than Geovrse but it already looks an option for gaming and realtime deformation would be really cool.