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Google finally discovers Photo Sphere

It seemed that Android 4. 2 Jelly Bean be postponed a few days, at least, by the presence of Hurricane Sandy in EE. UU. but ultimately not the case and a few hours after our fellow Engadget warn him, they told of the news of Google published (but without official event) and thus, Photo Sphere, its Android tool to generate panoramic. So the images will be available to ride through another service known Google: Street View, but for the moment we can only do it from the desktop version of Google Maps. This requires having a user account on the Google services, as without it you can not contribute to Street View.
This means that, while we make our picture from the mobile Android 4. 2, can not contribute to the Street View panorama from our phone at the moment but is expected to do so shortly. Although currently, the only shared panoramas belong, of course, the U.S. territory.
These scenarios will review and must be accepted by the people at Google prior to publication, at which the contributor user will receive an email notifying you that your proposal has been accepted panorama.

Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Has Arrived: Photo Sphere Panoramic Camera ...

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I am working as a Technology Specialist with CSS Corp, India, heading the Open Source Initiative at CSS Labs. I have been working on Cloud Computing, and leveraging Cloud's benefits to the Business needs of the Company. As as lead of the Open Source team at CSS Labs, its my constant job to get the best of this ever growing computing paradigm to suits the business needs of the Company.