The Panorama and Oblique Imagery guide includes the following sections:
So rather than seeing the vertical "bird's eye view", you can also see objects from its various sides.
Nearmap Panorama Imagery
1. Compass list
In the New MapBrowser select the drop-down list above the compass and select 'Panorama':
Note: The AU version of the compass includes the Terrain option.
In to view panorama imagery, select the Panorama option from the view mode:
2. Cardinal Directions on Compass
|New MapBrowser||Classic MapBrowser (AU)|
For this reason, the measurement tool is not available in Panorama.
Note: Location, drawing, import and solar tools are not supported for Panoramas in MapBrowser Classic, and we advise customers not to use them. In MapBrowser Classic, any elements positioned on the screen in a Panorama view may not appear, or may appear at a different location, if you switch to a different view. This is only relevant for Australian customers – for US customers Panorama imagery is only available in the
1. Location information
2. Compass list
Select the drop-down list and select 'Oblique':
Please refer to the Height and Width Tools section to learn how to measure height and width using oblique imagery.