Not sure if I got it right.
In case you want to display a panorama sphere and display POI markers in addition?
Unfortunately this is not supported. Although you can define a sphere as a 3D Model and place it relative to the user, this will cause any items outside this sphere to no longer be visible on screen (You're in a way caught in this sphere ball).
In case you want to display POIs around the users current position, just have a look at the related samples.
Hi, Thanx for suggestion but if i want to display panorama with 3d model i have to create it first. instead of i want to use the panorama image from google api with user live location.
Thanks for replaying.So is there another way to use panorama in android with poi.I think we can do that in following manner.
if some how we can disable the camera or change the background of Architect View and use the googles Panorama View in relative layout.But the problem is that we cant change the background of Architect View .
Can you provide some idea to show the poi on Panorama View .
As states in my previous post, unfortunately there is no way to solve this issue in the current SDK aside from a custom rendering engine implementation. Sorry to not have better news.