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Here is a great example of using Mapillary vector tiles with the Tangram map renderer which lets you do interactive WebGL maps with Mapillary data. For example color code the sequences based on time and change the colors in realtime. Usernames are drawn on the map and you see data on hover.
Seamless street-level footage for all OpenStreetMap contributors, see the iD blog post. The iD editor is entirely written in D3.js, the Mapillary data forms a new layer in the SVG rendering with SVG markers.
In the documentation for Mapbox, there is a great example on how to use Mapillary data in the maps (based on Leaflet)
Mapillary used as a data source for disaster recovery and other humanitarian projects, like here in the GeoQ Project Potentially, even handicap accessibility and others can benefit from relevant high-detailed photos in hard-to-reach areas.