That's pretty cool, what did you use to get them to display like that (with the map and everything)?
I've taken a couple of panoramic pics with my new phone and have struggled to find a decent way to display them online.
I used Easypano's Panoweaver to do the stitching, then Corel Paint Shop Pro to do some adjustments on color, contrast and to get rid of the tripod. Then used Easypano's Tourweaver to generate the Flash or HTML5 code and files for upload to the web. The Easypano software is commercial and pricey, but I use it commercially so it has paid itself off many times. This software works with lots of different types of panoramas and is very easy to use after a few hours of learning.
The photos were taken with a Canon 60D with an 8mm fish-eye lens, on a panoramic tripod head. Each spherical pano is made from 12 images - 6 on the upper layer at 60 degrees rotation for each, then 6 on the lower layer at the same degree intervals. Angle of elevation for upper layer was +30 degrees, lower layer -15 degrees from level. I worked out the shutter speed manually for each pano, all were taken at f22 aperture. For the internal shots, I had to do two shots of the window sections, as the difference between light outside and dark inside was too great. I manually merged the overly bright windows with the darker (faster) windows for those frames.