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DIY StreetView - The OpenView Project

Google pushed the envelope of mapping with StreetView, but have trouble capturing beyond the asphalt. What if you could create interactive panoramas for the world as you see it? Where would you go? Would you visit the Gaza Strip? Would you show what it’s like to walk around a volcano? Learn how to do interactive panoramas yourself, and map in a whole new way.

The purpose of this project is to help show people how to build cameras capable of capturing interactive panoramas using low cost equipment, with the aim of sharing that with the world in the same way Open Street Map allows cartographers to share their maps on the web. The booth will demonstrate both the hardware and software in order to capture and display interactive 360s, including the OpenView Project’s recumbent trike .

Tom Longson

The OpenView Project

Tom Longson (nym) is a programmer, designer, and artist who cuts through the fog of the modern age in his effort to make software fun and functional. His work in Javascript and Flex both push technology and the way we use it.