What is a 360° Aerial Photo, and how is it created?

A 360° Aerial Photo (also know as a Panoshphere or Photosphere) is a photo that allows you to view an aerial scene from every angle: above, below, behind and next to you. A series of individual aerial photos (typically between 20 and 40) are taken from a single point using a drone and “sticthced” together into a single aerial photosphere. Photospheres may then have extra processing to include Logo/branding/labels – resulting in an interactive image like this (published to Google Maps) :

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