What’s New Scene Viewer (Sept 2017) The ArcGIS Online September 2017 release is another exciting update to Scene Viewer. We have added smart mapping support to point cloud layer, also a new OGC layer type and support for Vertical Coordinate … Continue reading
Esri CityEngine is a great tool to bring city models and other 3D GIS contents to Virtual Reality (VR). It allows you to create VR experiences for both mobile phones (see ArcGIS 360 VR) and desktops PCs. In this blog … Continue reading
Better maps, an improved user experience, smarter forms, streamlined offline workflows and 3D editing. All of these are coming to Collector for ArcGIS as part of the Aurora Project. Learn more about the Aurora Project on GeoNet.
I regularly check the Open Data portals because there’s always some new, interesting dataset out there. Recently, I stumbled upon data of independent art galleries in New York City on the NYC OpenData portal and decided to create a scene with them. I … Continue reading
The Developer Outreach Team is proud to announce the solution to your DevSummit withdrawals! We listened and are excited to keep the greatest developer event going throughout the year via our GeoDev Webinar series. For more on this, check out … Continue reading
In CityEngine 2017.0, we introduce the concept of scenarios, a new way to create different designs for the same scene. For example, scenarios can represent multiple redevelopment proposals for a site or different phases of construction. These designs can then … Continue reading
In a previous post, I wrote about how you can view 3D layers in GeoPlanner and do nifty things like model shadows. Things get even niftier if you use Arcade with GeoPlanner to extrude data in 3D.
ArcGIS Earth 1.6 focused on expanding the range of workflows that users can accomplish with Earth to allow more enterprise productivity. The release of ArcGIS Earth 1.6 enables users to batch geocode address files against ArcGIS Online, adds local raster … Continue reading