Because it is created by combining many images, metadata that is normally associated with oblique imagery (such as pose and calibration), is not available. All the metadata available for panorama imagery is described under Getting a List of Surveys by Date for a Location.
The Panorama imagery is only available to customers with a Nearmap Panorama or Nearmap Oblique product.
Integration of Panorama tiles into a mapping application is complex. You will need to have significant experience with coordinate system geometry and map projections, and experience developing non-trivial mapping applications with a mapping framework such as OpenLayers or Leaflet.
|RC||string||The region code. For example, au or us. Note: the region code for New Zealand is also au.|
The domain rotation number. Valid numbers are 0-3.
Domain rotation is used to drive traffic from multiple domains to a single IP address.
|x||integer||The X tile coordinate (column). Uses the Google XYZ scheme.|
|y||integer||The Y tile coordinate (row). Uses the Google XYZ scheme.|
The zoom level. The highest resolution is typically 21. Uses the Google XYZ scheme.
Read about the zoom levels.
The orientation of the imagery:
The date in the format YYYYMMDD. For example, 20151031.
See Getting a List of Surveys by Date for a Location for instructions on retrieving options for setting this parameter.
|exclude||string||Must be set to background. Used to exclude tertiary satellite imagery when Nearmap imagery is not available.|
|version||integer||The version number. Must be set to 2.|
|httpauth||Boolean||Indicates whether the tile server should prompt for HTTP basic authentication. Set this to false (we no longer support HTTP basic authentication).|
|apikey||string||Your API key. See API Key Authentication for more information.|