Google Street View goes indoors
Google offers indoor 360º tours on Google Maps. These tours are shot by Trusted Google Photographers such as myself. They consist of panoramic sphere’s shot every three feet, to provide a virtual tour of the business or organization.
The clarity must be at least 8000 x 4000 pixels. Mine are typically 15,000 x 7,500, but can go as high as 26,000 x 13,000 depending on the subject. In this case I shot most of the frames at 15,000 pixels wide with bracketing exposure to utilize HDR (high dynamic range). These spheres consist of 56 images, with 3 exposure shots each. This level of clarity allows one to zoom in and read the title of most any book on the shelf of the store (Landmark Booksellers, located at 114 Main Street in Franklin, Tennessee).
Landmark Booksellers in Google Street View
To view Google Virtual Tours:
- Logon to Google Street View
- Zoom into the area of the map your interested in
- Click on the little man at the bottom right corner of the screen
- Click on the orange circle located on the building
The Peg Man image above is in celebration of the National Parks 100 year anniversary.
Athens of the South Visual Design
Imagery by Bob Henderson