This chapter discusses different 3D rendering techniques you can use to visualize 2D and 3D data. It contains topics on how to display data on a globe, how to render terrain and align data layers relative to the terrain, and the best techniques for visualizing urban environments. Many of these techniques require 3D data, but some can be achieved with 2D data only.
Globes and local scenes
Learn how to visualize data in 3D on a globe or a projected plane.
Learn how to display elevation in a scene and align other data layers relative to it.
Cities in 3D
Learn how to display urban environments in 3D, ranging from realistic to abstract visualizations.
Add, update, delete, and query feature data.
Serve 3D data for maps and scenes.
|Point, line, and polygon styles||Data-driven visualization||3D visualization|
|ArcGIS Runtime API for Android|
|ArcGIS Runtime API for iOS|
|ArcGIS Runtime API for Java|
|ArcGIS Runtime API for .NET|
|ArcGIS Runtime API for Qt|
|ArcGIS API for Python||1||2|
- 2. Supports web scenes only.
Create, explore, and share web scenes for 3D applications.
Explore, visualize, and analyze both 2D and 3D data with desktop GIS tools.