Create Your Very Own Google Maps Street View Like Tours with Quiksee
Quiksee is a location based online tour creator that uses Google Maps to show the location of
created tours. The site lets photographers and mappers to quickly and easily create stunning
visual experiences of real world places. With Quiksee users can click on a location and start
walking around that place as if they were there. If they are in fact there, they can film their own
Quiksee tour and share it with others.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2009 -- Quiksee™ (www.quiksee.com) is a location based online tour
technology, that lets people quickly & easily create immersive visual experiences of real world places, allowing
online sharing with friends to fully explore where they are in a unique environment that's just like being there.
With Quiksee user can click on a location and start walking around that place as if he was there.
This October 16th Quiksee is coming out from a closed Beta to a public Beta - and everybody is invited to join.
Thousands of locations are already online all around the Google Map.
So how does Quiksee compare?
Panoramic shots let users see a single spot in 360 degrees, in high quality.
The quality is usually amazing but one just can't move around… Google's Street View is also based on
panoramic technology but lets users jump from one to the other - so the user gets the feeling of moving around,
but in several meters jumps. Microsoft's PhotoSynth combines lots of snapshots taken to show more angles and
details, but it's still not like moving around the place. Because Quiksee's tours are based on high quality video, it
allows the viewer to stroll around as if he was there.
The Quiksee portal is where it all happens. Quiksee tour viewers can look at the Google map and find locations
around the world that they find interesting. One click later, they can walk around. The Quiksee portal also lets
Quiksee content creators (the trigger happy videographers who shoot Quiksee tours)