[x3d-public] our beautiful planet
andreasplesch at gmail.com
Wed May 3 09:11:20 PDT 2017
On Wed, May 3, 2017 at 11:54 AM, Mike McCann <mccann at mbari.org> wrote:
> Hello Andreas,
> demonstration. Thanks for sharing!
> (When I discovered how much I could expand the time range with the ‘-‘
> button I half-expected to see the continents drift around. :-)
:) That is a great idea. I have not seen this idea of zooming in and out of
a date range on a time slider much. It developed as a solution to the
question how to be able to track the sun over a day but also over the
seasons. The sun locations (above the horizon) should accurately correspond
to the picked time, at least on a smaller DEM.
I found myself lighting the ocean-free earth on my phone for an extended
period of time although I thought I know its shape pretty well ..
BTW, 'x' toggles the headlight.
> Mike McCann
> Software Engineer
> Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
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> On May 2, 2017, at 5:38 PM, Andreas Plesch <andreasplesch at gmail.com>
> I am enjoying looking at our beautiful planet from a different perspective
> and wanted to share this:
> Works great on mobile, too, after waiting a bit for it to finish loading.
> This example shows also a variety of ways to couple HTML, SVG, DOM events
> and X3D.
> Andreas Plesch
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