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Google Map Panoramas

By 28 August 2005 One Comment

With thanks to Kampanart Piyathamrongchai (Known as Meo) from our lab the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, at University College London, we have been able to embed the panoramas from the blog into Google Maps.

Meo hacked about with the code to enable quicktime to be pulled off our server and overlaid on top of the standard Google Map interface. It is possible to view three types of map – standard, satellite and hybrid.

– edit – The system works happily in Firefox but seems to have some issues Explorer with the Quicktime not showing. We have added a full screen mode which maximises the map according to your browser size, the panoramas recently added to the blog will appear on the map over the coming days. – edit –

View the Google Map or

View the Google Map Full Screen

Andy

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

One Comment

  • Anonymous says:

    This is great – is it possible to look on a How-to for integrating panoramas into Google Maps?
    Working “quick & dirty” with a mirror solution like the 360-One from Kaidan it should be a snap to cover locations with panoramas.

    Thomas
    krueger(at)panoviews.com

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