Google lets users create own Street View

Google has unveiled a new tool that allows users to create a Street View – a 360 degree virtual tour – of any place and share it using Google Maps.
These can be created by using photos taken by an Android phone or DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera. 
The tool lets users connect various photos and, once published, people can navigate between them on Google Maps.
Google said the move will allow it to expand the reach as well as the uses of its maps service.
"We are excited to see the different types of Street View experiences that everyone will contribute," the firm said in a blog post.
"For example, this feature can now enable environmental non-profits to document and promote the beautiful places they strive to protect.
"It also opens up a new tool for photographers to showcase diversity in a specific location – by times of day, weather conditions or cultural events – in a way that Street View currently doesn’t cover," it added.