Tour the one of a kind Oddporium
Sanibel Seashell Industries is one of the oldest purveyors of seashells and shell related merchandise on Sanibel Island. Their retail store is extended with an online presence at seashells.com and they needed to update Google Maps with immersive 360 images of the retail shopping experience. After a day of staging panoramic photos in both of their buildings we submitted them to Google and repositioned each of the interior photos accurately. Here are the results of that effort (indicated by blue dots on the map):
Here is a live look at a few of the images:
We created a “Blue Line” on Street View for this iconic Sanibel location. All images were recorded using the Insta360 Pro on our custom backpack a.k.a “The Trekker”.
Here is what things looked like before our visit (park is in green):
And now with our Street View updates – a navigable blue line runs right down the middle:
Here is a live look on Google Maps:
Wilmington Brew Works recently opened with a dramatically improved exterior that was not reflected in Google Maps.Here is a picture of the dated Street View image on Google Street View:
We set out to update this image with a new “Blue Line” that reflected the dramatic improvements made to the exterior of the property.
Here is the newly updated image on Google Street View:
After completing the exterior updates we took the drone up for some 360 aerial shots:
Finally, we brought the 360 camera inside for some panoramas of the fantastic new interior:
The town of Centralia, PA caught fire in 1962 and was subsequently demolished around 1990. Not much was left behind. The highway that ran through town was rerouted and old Route 61 became known as Graffiti Highway. I reviewed Google Street view before visiting and noticed that the images provided were woefully out of date. This iconic attraction deserved an update on Google Maps.
Here is a quick aerial shot to lend some perspective to the project and location:
Getting Graffiti Highway on the map: