var outside Google; // Street View Panorama Data for a custom panorama: the Google Sydney reception.function get Reception Panorama Data() function init Panorama() function initialize() var panorama; // Street View Panorama Data of a panorama just outside the Google Sydney office.
Street View also supports different levels of image detail through the use of a zoom control, which allows you to zoom in and out from the default view.function get Custom Panorama Tile Url(pano, zoom, tile X, tile Y) // Construct the appropriate Street View Panorama Data given // the passed pano IDs.function get Custom Panorama(pano) function init Pano() // Return a pano image given the pano ID.(See Wikipedia's Comparison of photo stitching applications for more information.) Such images should share a single "camera" locus, from which each of the panorama images are taken.The resulting 360 degree panorama can then define a projection on a sphere with the image wrapped to the two-dimensional surface of the sphere. (Markers will appear with their tails anchored to the location's horizontal plane within the Street View panorama for example.) Currently, the types of overlays which are supported on Street View panoramas are limited to of your own construction, you will override the default panorama and disable automatic overlay sharing.The following example shows markers denoting various locations around Astor Place, New York City.Toggle the display to Street View to show the shared markers displaying within the object.Using custom panoramas, you can display the interior of buildings, views from scenic locations, or anything from your imagination.Such a projection contains 360 degrees of horizontal view (a full wrap-around) and 180 degrees of vertical view (from straight up to straight down).These fields of view result in an image with an aspect ratio of 2:1. Panorama images are generally obtained by taking multiple photos from one position and stitching them together using panorama software.