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Tours help people experience new things.

In this video, you will use another tool in Tour Creator to give people a new perspective on each of your scenes.

Perspective is your point of view, but it can also refer to what you actually see.

Three-dimensional images in Google Street View give you a more detailed perspective than a regular photo and make it look like you are really in the scene.

This can help you notice things about the scene that you might miss if you only looked at a regular photo.

To begin, navigate to the first scene on your tour.

Add at least one point of interest to draw people’s attention to the unique features of the scene.

Then, type a short description of it.

Now, add a point of interest to your next scene, And the rest.

You can add details about the scene by pointing out interesting locations nearby.

You can also add a two-dimensional image to a point of interest.

For example, if a famous building is a part of the skyline in your scene, add an image of it to your point of interest.

Or, attach an image of a famous person who is associated with your scene, like the British monarch who lives in Buckingham Palace.

To begin, navigate to your first scene.

Search the internet for an image that goes with your first point of interest.

You might choose one that shows viewers another perspective of the scene, like how it looks in a different season or at night.

Search for the image and make sure you have the right to use the image.

Only use images that are labelled for reuse.

Save the image Then, upload it to your scene.

Now, your audience will see the image when they click on your point of interest.

Continue adding images that go with your other points of interest.

Think about which images would best fit the tour and interest your audience.

Now, it’s your turn: Add at least one point of interest to each scene, And add a two-dimensional image to each point of interest.

Instructions

  1. Add at least one point of interest to each scene.
  2. Add a two-dimensional image to each point of interest.