The Live3D project is developed and maintained by Austin Abrams, Adina Stoica, Brandon Kerr, and Robert Pless in the Media and Machines Lab at Washington University in St. Louis. You can read the paper here: Webcams in Context: Web Interfaces to Create Live 3D Environments.
Users are encouraged to take one of the many outdoor webcam images and embed them into three-dimensional space, constructing a scene with up-to-date images.
Live3D can also calibrate camera images and infer the camera's location and orientation. So, without leaving your desk, you can approximately geo-locate and geo-orient a camera.
Note: A preview release of pan-tilt-zoom camera integration is also availableRequirements