Google now allows users to share their own Street View images on Google Maps
Street View, or Street View, is essentially a feature used to format your tracks according to the type of ride you're on, commonly used every day by millions of Google Maps users. Using the new photo connectivity tool introduced in the Google Maps app for Android
Google just announced an interesting and equally useful new feature on the Google Maps mapping app, which allows people to freely share their own Street View images in any location.
Street View, or Street View, is essentially a feature used to format your tracks according to the type of ride you're on, commonly used every day by millions of Google Maps users. Using the new photo connectivity tool introduced in the Google Maps app for Android, it is possible to capture and share with everyone a series of detailed images captured while on the move. streets or walkways, with all types of vehicles including walking.
In general, the way this new feature works is not complicated, as follows:
- After you take the street photos and post them through the Street View app, Google automatically rotates, aligns, locates and creates a series of related connected images.
- Next, Google puts these connected images in the right place on Google Maps, so your new Street View can be found at the exact spot where the photos were taken so others too. can watch and explore.
Before this, you would need special 360-degree cameras to capture and publish Street View images. This is quite complicated and expensive for the majority of Google Maps users. However, anyone can now create his or her own Connected Street View images, share about places that aren't on Google Maps or where things have changed rapidly, from there. contribute to creating a better mapping platform for everyone. All you need is a smartphone - no complicated, expensive equipment required.
This new feature is still in beta mode and is only available to people using the Street View app with ARCore-compatible Android devices in certain regions, including Toronto, Canada. , New York, NY and Austin, TX, along with Nigeria, Indonesia and Costa Rica. More supported regions / countries will be available in the future when this feature becomes available.