Mapillary: an open, crowdsourced interpretation of Google’s Street View

 

 

Mapillary is an online service looking to create an open, crowdsourced equivalent of Google’s Street View platform. The difference is, rather than complicated backpacks and vehicles as the means of capturing the photos, Mapillary relies on everyday people using everyday cameras to capture the images and upload them to their service.

Once uploaded, Mapillary’s server-side program will organize the photos and automatically match them up across users and time to give a comprehensive overview of the location captured. Additionally,…

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