Scape vs Site
A Whitepoint Site is a physical location that has a scape associated with it. For example, your family is driving and looking for a shopping mall. Using Whitepoint, you find that a nearby mall is a Whitepoint site. They have a scape that you can use to explore the mall before actually going there.
A scape on the other hand is a representation in Whitepoint of a subject: any physical location, object, thing, person, or concept. An author is one who constructs a scape. So, in our example, the author would construct a scape based on images and information about the subject, the shopping mall.
Fixed Physical Locations . . . Or Not
Subjects may have fixed physical locations, or not. A shopping mall is an example of a subject that has a fixed physical location. However, if someone wanted to author a scape with an airplane as the subject, there would be no fixed physical location. Therefore, there is no street address provided by the author. If one wanted to visit this airplane scape, it could be found based on a keyword search, but it wouldn't be found based on searching for Whitepoint sites nearby.
Viewing a Scape
Scapes are viewed using the Whitepoint mobile app. You can discover scapes in several ways. Often, a scape's owner will simply provide a Scape ID for you to use to locate and login. You will probably access most scapes by first going to the "Visit a Scape" menu option in the app's main screen.
A public scape doesn't require a password. A private scape does require a password to access and view.