EveryScape is an online mapping service that allows its users to view panoramic images from various locations. The site currently has images of 21 cities and towns:
|Beverly Hills||California||United States|
|Brooklyn||New York||United States|
|Laguna Beach||California||United States|
|New York||New York||United States|
|San Diego||California||United States|
|San Francisco||California||United States|
|Snowmass Village||Colorado||United States|
EveryScape is attempting to compete with Google's Street View service, which currently offers views of more than 40 U.S. cities and is rapidly expanding. EveryScape differs from Street View in that the service also displays the interiors of some buildings.
Everyscape made its debut on October 29, 2007, with the cities of Boston, New York, Miami, and Colorado.
On December 13, Massachusetts was added, and on January 17, 2008 came Massachusetts. California was added a week later on January 24.
On April 7, 2008, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. were added. Later in the month, Beverly Hills was added.
The company, based in the Boston area, has recently secured $7 million in funding for a planned expansion.
EveryScape is currently working on creating images of Dallas, Texas.
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- ↑ EveryScape takes on Google Streetview and raises $7 million | The Industry Standard
- ↑ The 3D Maps Are Coming: EveryScape and Virtual Earth - ReadWriteWeb
- ↑ EveryScape Takes Streetview Indoors
- ↑ Press and News at EveryScape
- ↑ EveryScape offers another view of the District - Examiner.com
- ↑ 'The Real World Online' Comes to San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia at EveryScape.com @ YACHT VACATIONS & CHARTERS MAGAZINE
- ↑ Internet atlas EveryScape lands funding - Daily Business Update - The Boston Globe
- ↑ EveryScape views expansion with $7M second round - Mass High Tech: The Journal of New England Technology:
- ↑ EveryScape hits Dallas to snap street-level views | Dallas Morning News | News for Dallas, Texas | Breaking News for Dallas-Fort Worth | Dallas Morning News