From the blog of Google in Spanish they announce a great novelty in Google Maps View: We can now connect our own photos in 360 degrees to create our own Google Street View.
In this way, it is possible to make a route and record it with spherical photographs to later process the result by connecting them to each other. These connections of several 360-degree photos are called constellations, being possible to include them in Google Maps so that other people can explore the places we have registered.
To connect the points (photos) we just have to follow the steps indicated on this page of support.google.com (in Spanish):
– We access www.google.com/maps/views– We open our profile page by clicking on the icon of our photo in the upper right. – We select the images, indicating the photos in the right panel and accessing the points on the map in the left panel (as shown in the image above) .– We manually select the images that we want to connect. – Click on Connect images.– Orient each photograph correctly. – Click on the marker that you want to connect and place the cursor on the yellow dot. – Click on the gray lines to connect the markers.
On the map we will see our photos with letters, marked with blue dots, while the yellow dots represent the photos of Google Street View itself.
A great idea so that, together, we have our planet perfectly registered.