CHEYENNE – Next week, Visit Cheyenne is bringing Truly 360, a Google-affiliated firm, to film virtual reality tours of top Laramie County attractions and to update the Street View footage of downtown, iconic attractions and major streets.
“The new filming is a great opportunity to showcase Cheyenne and Laramie County to the online world,” Darren Rudloff, Visit Cheyenne CEO, said in a news release.
The Street View filming will begin June 28 and last through the weekend.
Some parts of Cheyenne and Laramie County have not been filmed for 12 years, so this is an opportunity to accurately film the area’s new developments.
The Google Street View camera will be at the following locations at specific times:
Friday, June 28 – Starting at 9 a.m. at the Wyoming Capitol, coming down Capitol Avenue. The camera will film all of downtown from the Capitol to the Depot, along with parallel streets on both sides.
Saturday, June 29 – Starting at 9 a.m. in Lions Park on the Greenway. The camera will film the 35 miles of Greenway trails.
Visit Cheyenne encourages business owners to spruce up their establishments and showcase themselves and Cheyenne in the best light possible.
Other areas to be filmed include Pine Bluffs, Curt Gowdy State Park, Laramie County Community College, the Archer Events Complex, and major roads and streets.