Re: adding my aerial sphere 360 panorama to the OpenStreetMap
thank you very much for your comment.
Both Mapillary and OpenStreetCam
specialize in Street View style imagery, i.e. the imagery created
at the level of 1.5 - 2 meters above the ground. These are great
However, I shoot sphere panoramas at
the altitude of 30 - 50 meters above the ground. One such panorama
covers an area of about one square kilometer. It provides a good
3D impression and understanding of a geographical place.
that Wikimedia's Wmflabs works on its
Panorama Viewer. Actually it is functional already. And also that,
probably, a new OSM tag is needed, since a panorama, especially
aerial, is not a usual still image, it is a new different quickly
Thank you again and have a good day.
On 25-Jul-19 12:14, James wrote:
There are already services such as Mapillary or
OpenStreetCam that can be used as an imagery overlay to OSM.