The Terrain360 360° viewer, emerging from two+ years of dedicated development, stands as a pinnacle in bespoke web application creation. Our team has diligently crafted and continuously refined this unique, handcrafted interface, focusing on delivering immersive, tailor-made virtual tours. Constant upgrades throughout its development have been a cornerstone, ensuring the viewer not only meets but surpasses expectations in usability and performance. This unwavering commitment to excellence guarantees an exceptional experience across all browsers and devices, positioning the Terrain360 viewer as a paradigm of custom web application design.
This feature enables users to perform visual analysis over time by viewing the same location across different dates. Using specific latitude and longitude coordinates, it helps observe changes in environments, urban areas, or geological shifts. Ideal for monitoring deforestation, urban growth, or climate change effects, it allows for selecting specific dates or periods, providing a dynamic tool for researchers and planners.
Displays research-grade observations, both public and private (API key and user authentication required) Available for all trails and maps
Each scene is processed through an object detection algorithm, analyzing it from various angles. This alters the detected objects based on the view, enhancing scene analysis. Additionally, we use this technology to create audio descriptions, ensuring ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance. This makes our content accessible to visually impaired users, promoting inclusivity and broadening the tool's applicability.
The Terrain360 platform is engineered for extensive sharing and integration. This suite of features and integrations makes Terrain360 a front-runner in virtual tour technology, offering unparalleled tools for exploration, research, and integration.
Our platform allows for seamless integration of trails, scenic views, or maps into websites. It's as simple as embedding a YouTube video on your site. Our embed code is readily available for every publicly accessible map and trail. Just open the share side panel on map and trail pages. (No API Key Rerquired)