OSM and Wikipedia overlays, weather reports, navigation by altitude, and more!

Firstly I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who has uploaded their off-road 360 tours to Map the Paths.

We passed a milestone of 100,000 panoramas uploaded at the start of the year. Onto 1 million!

I’d like to use this post to share some of the recent features we’ve shipped.

Overlay of OSM and Wikipedia Points of Interest

See what’s nearby to an image on Map the Paths using OpenStreetMap and Wikipedia data overlays.

Weather reports

View the weather at the time of capture for any Map the Paths image.

Commenting on photos

Comment on your favourite images uploaded to Map the Paths and start a conversation.

Find the best views using the altitude navigation on Map the Paths.

p.s. You can so sort photos by viewpoint to find the very best views.

Custom banners

Overlay custom messages and URLs as banners to your sequences on Map the Paths.

Augmented reality sequences

Track an entire Map the Paths Sequence by showing the entire route augmented over each photo.

Do you have an idea for a new feature?

See more demos of Map the Paths here.

If there’s something missing you’d like to added to Map the Paths, let us know on the forum.


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David Greenwood

Founder, Trek View


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