Google Cardboard is a free system for viewing 360° immersive photos using many smartphone apps and an inexpensive viewer, many of which are made of cardboard, thus the name. On this page you’ll find some free resources available in the iOS Apps Store (the main link in each entry) and Google Play Store to get started with Cardboard.
A photo sphere is a 360° immersive image similar to what you see in a location of Google’s Street View. While creating one is not as straightforward as snapping a photo, they are not difficult.
Thanks for attending any of my sessions with this title. I hope you feel your time was well spent. On this page you’ll find the notes and references from the session, along with links to other resources you can use to continue your learning about smartphone photography. Feel free to leave any comments or questions here.
Google My Maps can be used for presenting information, by both you and your students, in many different curriculum areas. Here are just a few ideas.
Although to newcomers it sounds like a simple note taking tool, Evernote is far more than that. It also allows users to keep, and easily find, images, and documents, as well as share those notes with others.
If you attended one of my sessions with that title, thank you and I hope the time you spent was valuable. On this page you’ll find the links to the resources we played with along with my notes and other materials for you to continue exploring Google’s geographic related tools. If you have any comments or questions, please write.
Google Street View cars have driven down many streets around the world. But they’ve also taken their camera array inside of iconic buildings and other locations to offer a close up look. Here are just a few. You can find many more in Google’s Street View gallery.