[url removed, login to view] Please view this link - It is great example of what I need for this project I will provide images and/or sketches. Design will be of a specified stretch of a city street, which will include realistic view..from the trees that line the road to the most recognized skyscrapers cascading from downtown. 1. The movement will be controlled by the user...and the car should only be moved left to right within the street lane. 2. The view will be panoramic and with city/sky backdrop while driving down the street slowly window shopping. 3. Page design should include space for banner/skyscraper ads. This site is business portal and for people looking for activity on a certain street (tourists). Business information would be displayed as user passes by the building it stops in front of, which will be tied into a database. Would like to tie other things into a database and into the design...like the local train/bus schedule. The overall idea is to have a website that seems like you are driving down a famous street in a big city and can stop at all the stores using your mouse to control the car. If anyone has any ideas or similar samples, please respond. Thanks,
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