this is what I am too looking into at http://www/DIYstreetview.org
First one needs to geotag the panos from a GPS track.
Then put the panos on a map.
Then transform the coordinates into icons to overlay the pano for
I have skipped a few steps.
I use spatialite database, perl, python and ptviewer for my experiments.
panosalado is a non-starter so far. Nice technology, but nearly no
documentation and a pretty dead forum. Also I don't know actionscript at
I am interested if there is an Open Source solution available already.
On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 10:17 PM, Wim Koornneef <wim.koornneef@...>wrote:
> Hello Forum,
> The method of shooting and processing of my PanoCycle concept is working
> better and better and I have the feeling that I am close to the end of the
> first fase (the part that involves the shooting and the processing of the
> Yesterday I shot a 60 pano tour in the historic and medieval city of
> Goedereede over a distance of approx. 1.5 km (panos approx. 25 m apart) in
> one hour and the shooting and processing was without any trouble.
> Here is a link to the Markt (=market) somewhere in the middle of the tour
> get an idea.
> The next fase is to embed a sophisticated navigation system with clickable
> hotspots in a map and arrow buttons to next/previous panos, something with
> looks and feel of Google's StreetView. Google has set the standard and I
> don't want a solution that is much different from it.
> What I am looking for is a highly automated process that is based on easy
> customize templates. I don't have any knowledge about perl, php, cms, xml,
> etc. and if there is no GUI I am lost :-( so I guess it must be an "off the
> shelve" solution.
> Any advice on this ?
> BTW, I am on OSX.
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