Several studies have shown advantages of map-image-combinations for pedestrian navigation. This work investigates interaction concepts to combine maps and panoramic photographs.

Dirk Wenig, Stefan Brending, Nina Runge and Rainer Malaka (2014) Using Split Screens to Combine Maps and Images for Pedestrian Navigation In Journal of LBS: Journal of Location Based Services 8(3), 179-197. Taylor & Francis. 10.1080/17489725.2014.977519 | BibTex

Dirk Wenig and Rainer Malaka (2010) Interaction with Combinations of Maps and Images for Pedestrian Navigation and Virtual Exploration In MobileHCI '10: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services, 377-378. ACM, New York, NY, USA. 10.1145/1851600.1851673 | BibTex Best Poster Award

Torben Gerkensmeyer and Dirk Wenig (2013) Towards Sensorimotor Navigation Support for People in the Early Stages of Alzheimer's Disease In ICTMH 2013: CEWIT-TZI-acatech Workshop "ICT meets Medicine and Health".

Panoramic photographs take image-based navigation to the next level and offer contextual information. Interaction supporting the user to utilize the additional value is required.

Dirk Wenig, Tim Nulpa, Rainer Malaka and Michael Lawo (2012) An Evaluation of Peephole Interaction with Panoramic Photographs for Pedestrian Navigation In GI Zeitgeist 2012: Proceedings of the Young Researchers Forum on Geographic Information Science. ifgiPrints 44. AKA. | BibTex