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Creating Seamless Street View Transitions
Perspective Scaling is a demonstration of how to create seamless transitions between adjacent 360 degree panoramas.

You have probably noticed the jumps that occur when you walk along a street in Street View on Google Maps. If you need more information on Guangzhou, China, printable vector street G-view Level 17 (100 meters scale) map, full editable in ENGLISH, Adobe illustrator you can find it here. Google tries to lessen this jump-cut by fading out the current panorama and fading in the next panorama. However there is still a noticeable jump as you move from one Street View to another.

Perspective Scaling uses the depth maps of the panoramas to apply a more seamless transformation as you move from one panorama to the next. The result in the demonstration is very impressive.

I have no idea if the Perspective Scaling process could actually be applied to Google Maps Street View. I do know that you can retrieve the depth map from Google Maps Street View using the GSVPanoDepth Street View depth library. You can see the GSVPanoDepth library in action in Callum Prentice’s Street Cloud and Street Cloud Flow.

The closest I’ve seen of a seamless journey along a street is 360 Langstrasse. 360 Langstrasse is a truly impressive website which allows you to move up and down Langstrasse by simply scrolling up & down the page. However 360 Langstrasse doesn’t use panoramas. The effect in this case is actually achieved by using a video. As you scroll up and down the page you are in fact just moving between the different video stills. Source.

Battered by a five-year civil war at the onset of its independence, Tajikistan has struggled with poverty and instability in the two decades since it became its own state.

The country remains strongly dependent on Russia, both for its economy and to help counter security problems. In particular, Tajikistan depends on Moscow to help fight drug smuggling from neighbouring Afghanistan and an emerging radical Islam movement.

Tajikistan is also expanding its ties with China: Beijing has extended credits and has helped to build roads, tunnels and power infrastructure. Chinese firms are investing in oil and gas exploration and in gold mining.