Category: 3D GIS
The latest ArcGIS Online release includes new and updated content from our user community. Thank you to our Contributors and Partners who help support the Living Atlas of the World by providing data and enriching these amazing resources. This release incorporates new and … Continue reading
The World Imagery Basemap can now support imagery down to L23, which would potentially support imagery down to 2cm or 1in per pixel. Imagery has already been updated to include very high resolutions for several communities, down to L20 (15cm or … Continue reading
What’s new in the Scene Viewer November 2015 Update The scene viewer is a viewer that allows you to bring your web GIS content into 3D space. Check out the details below to see how you can take advantage of … Continue reading
Introducing Esri CityEngine 2015.2! In this minor release, we present some enhancements such as Reporting Dashboards, improved KML and WGS84 support, better RenderMan export, and many others. See the release notes for full details. Reporting Dashboards With reporting in CityEngine, … Continue reading
We’ve been a bit busy getting ready for “code complete” for ArcGIS Earth 1.0. I’ve had a few more questions from users about how different types of content can be used in ArcGIS Earth beta and there are a couple of nuances that we haven’t talked about yet. Continue reading
The ArcGIS User Community has provided new content and updates to the Imagery and Topographic Basemaps. As part of ArcGIS Online, Esri’s Basemaps support a vast GIS community. Thank You to our Contributors and Partners who help support the Living Atlas of the World by providing data and enriching … Continue reading
Last week I published a brief article and video on adding content into ArcGIS Earth. It turns out that I forgot one of the most important items… the list of services that we publish through ArcGIS Online that you can use!
Here are some example services that will work in ArcGIS Earth. You can drag-and-drop, add by URL, or even find them in the Online search (though we have a couple of issues we’re fixing to make that easier). Continue reading
We continue to get fantastic feedback about the ArcGIS Earth 1.0 beta! There have been several requests for more information about how to navigate in the app.
- Click left mouse button and hold while moving the mouse to pan the view
- Click right mouse button and hold while moving the mouse to orbit around a point on the terrain
- Mouse wheel zooms in (forward) and out (backward) Continue reading