In Google Maps, Street View has become increasingly complex, with more features than before. It has now included an extensive collection of photos taken everywhere around the world by users, allowing you to see streets and roads in new perspectives. It also lets you navigate through an unfamiliar area with ease and enhance your understanding of the location.
While looking through these photos, there are various orbs (small silver circles) that hover around user photos. By clicking and dragging them, you can move to a new photo of a place nearby. You can use them to zoom in on a desired image or pan around the area.
If this interests you, you can refer to this video for a further explanation about how it works.
[via Google Lat Long]