Web Viewer Templates¶
In Export to Web dialog, you can choose one from following available web viewer templates:
There is a list of mouse/keyboard controls in about box.
I key to show the box.
When you click on a 3D object, layer name that the object belongs to
and the clicked coordinates (in order of x, y, z) are displayed.
Latitude and longitude (WGS84) option in World Settings is
selected, longitude and latitude are in DMS format (degrees, minutes
and seconds). If
Export attributes option of each vector layer
is selected, attribute values of the clicked feature follows them.
Rotate Animation (Orbiting)¶
R key starts/stops rotate animation. Camera rotates around
the camera target clockwise.
Shift + S to show save image dialog, then enter image size and
click the OK button. In addition, with some web browsers, you need to
click a link to save image. The image file format is PNG. To change label
color and/or adjust label size, edit
A known issue: Wrong image output if the size is too large (issue #42)
You can get current view URL in the about box, and later restore the view by entering the URL in the URL box of web browser.
Parameters used in view URL:
- cx, cy, cz: camera position
- tx, ty, tz: camera target
- width: canvas width (pixels)
- height: canvas height (pixels)
- popup: pop up another window with specified width and height
3D Viewer Template¶
This template is a simple 3D viewer. Ragardless of “Visible on load” layer setting, all exported layers are displayed on page load.
3D Viewer(dat-gui) Template¶
This template has a dat-gui panel, which allows changing layer visibility and opacity, and adding a horizontal plane.
The controls box has:
layer sub menus
Each sub menu has:
- a check box to toggle layer visibility
- a slider to change layer opacity
sub menu to control a vertically movable plane
help button to show the about box
This is a template for mobile devices, which has mobile friendly GUI, device orientation controls and AR feature. In order to use the AR feature (Camera and GPS), you need to upload exported files to a web server supporting SSL.