Make street labels match camera rotation

Hi, I’m currently working on a project where I have to generate a video from a cesium animation. In this animation, the camera follows a certain entity and is constantly rotating around it so that the animation looks more dynamic.

The problem is that I would like to include the street names in the animation, but when the camera is not pointing towards north, the labels get a little hard to read as they don’t change their direction according to the camera rotation

As an example, this is what happens in google maps:
Pointing north:

Pointing south:

In Cesium, using bing aerial with labels imagery:
Pointing north:

Pointing south:

Is there a way to achieve google maps’ behaviour in cesium?

Bing maps is just what it looks like, flat and mapped to the globe, its not going to rotate around with your camera because its just and image.

Like you said Google earth has a rotation there on the labels,
now, i’m not sure at all on this one so don’t take it with a grain of salt. But there is this google earth enterprise imagery provider, and idk but maybe it rotates the labels?

Its a possibility, but I can’t confirm it for you, but you can try it out !