Adding new 360° photos
To add a new 360° photo(s), drag & drop the file(s) onto the map. An import panel will open, where you can name the added 360° photo(s). Click on the image to preview how the 360° photo will look like. When ready, press Upload.
Note! Currently there is no support for 360° photo without Longitude and Latitude coordinates OR without compass heading data (PoseHeadingDegree). Make sure your camera have support for these.
Navigating in a 360° photo
To enter the 360° photo, select the 360° photo and either click on the image or click Open 360° photo. You can then exit the 360° photo from the top right panel upon clicking Back To Map.
Moving between 360° photographs
To navigate to another 360° photo, click on the markers around the 360° photo or the markers on the mini map (bottom-left) to move to another 360° photo.
Viewing assets, issues and notes inside a 360° photo
To view assets, issues and notes visible for the 360° photo, use the buttons on the right.
Assets, issues & notes in a 360° photo
To add an asset, issue or note, right click on the spot where you want to add it and then choose the type from the dropdown menu.
Editing assets, issues, and notes inside a 360° photograph
- Select your marker, either from the panels or from clicking on them inside the 360° photo. You can create an outline to illustrate their position inside the 360° photo better.
- To start click on Draw after selecting an asset, an issue, or a note. It will then open instructions on how to draw the area.
Note! The color of the outline is determined by the asset’s category. For issues and notes you cannot change the color.
360° photo on the map & 3D
- You can toggle the 360° photo visibility in Layers
- 360° photos that have assets, issues, or notes inside of them are represented with turquoise color.
- You can move the 360° photo’s position on the map if needed
- Select the 360° photo from the map or the photo sphere panel.
- Start editing the location of the 360° photo by clicking on the Edit-icon (circled in picture on the right).
- You can then drag the marker on the map to the desired position and save it. If you want to revert the location change, you can do so before saving the new location.
You can also see the 360° photos inside the 3D view if the 360° photo is on top of the dataset area. You can access the 360° photo by clicking it on the map or by using the panel on the right side of the screen.