Wheeeee, I made a blog thingy!
(at the current pace, the next one will arrive early 2016... ;))  

The article is about a recent side project in which I created a marker class that can be used inside of custom StreetView panoramas. In these panoramas we can't position markers by using latitude/longitude coordinates because the panoramas themselves might not have real-world coordinates. Instead, we have to use heading and pitch values and project them according to the user's point-of-view, which the article explains in more detail.

TL;DR:
- source: github.com/marmat/google-maps-api-addons
- demo: marmat.github.io/google-maps-api-addons/panomarker/examples/fancy.html
- documentation: marmat.github.io/google-maps-api-addons/#PanoMarker
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