Google EarthPanoramas in Google Earth

Google Earth Trafalgar Square, London, Panorama

By January 16, 2007 One Comment

Using our Tutorial on How to Create Immersive Panoramas in Google Earth we have placed online a panoramic view of Trafalgar Square, London. Within the file are two viewpoints – Nelsons Column and the National Gallery, click each viewpoint to fly around the panorama and view the scenes full screen.

We have over 100 panoramic scenes on the blog and over time we will be converting them to Google Earth, complete with viewpoints and text based information. Since we put the tutorial online we have noticed a number of examples being created, later today we will start a post listing all of the panoramic globes in Google Earth

Download the Google Earth Trafalgar Square Panorama (kmz).


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

One Comment

  • pterolepis says:

    This is brilliant. Having fun playing with it. My panos don’t have bases so I just drop the alt. a bit and they make sense.

    One question. How do you align them North/South so that the image is in line with the map. Can you do this in the dae file or do you have to change the image?