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Google Maps - street view imagery

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I have read that with the Google Maps, you can now display your own images within the Google Maps framework. Has anyone done any work on this before? If you have, can you point me in the right direction to learn more or do you have any sample code that you can share?
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I've used the "My Maps" before to create maps focusing on certain locations, or directions, which can then be embedded: http://earth.google.com/outreach/tutorial_mymaps.html
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Thanks for the response! I'm actually looking more for the street view. Have you built something with this before/
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These guys have done just that AND explain how they did it.

http://weblab.ab-c.nl/streetview
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