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Use Google Street View to create interactive 360° experiences on ThingLink

Andrew Beelitz

Have you been searching for an easy way to acquire 360° images, but don’t have a 360° camera?  In this blog post you will learn the simple steps needed to download a 360° image from Google Street View (GSV) using Pano Fetch and upload it to ThingLink.  This process only takes one minute and will provide you with a vast library of high quality 360° images covering many topics. 

Please view the steps below and email support@thinglink.com with any questions!  

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How to tag a ThingLink 360 image: 


 



Want to learn more?
 Click to schedule a 20min screen share demo with me at a time of your choice to learn how to create interactive 360° experiences. Or, email me directly andrew@thinglink.com
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