extract-streetview - extract street view spherical images and depth information

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A command-line tool to extract high-res spherical images and other data from Google StreetView.This tool uses Electron for proper interaction with the Google API, so it is fairly heavy (~100mb). Install with latest npm.



awesome-streetview : ^1.4.2
devtool : ^1.7.1
electron-canvas-to-buffer : ^1.0.3
google-panorama-by-id : ^2.1.0
google-panorama-by-location : ^4.1.1
google-panorama-equirectangular : ^1.2.0
minimist : ^1.2.0



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