Diego D. Gómez-Deck

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The present article introduces the Glob3 Mobile, an efficient virtual globe framework, testable and freely accessible from the web and providing a real 3D navigation experience with smooth flying. We discuss the software design and the native code implementation for the family of iOS and Android mobile devices. In addition, a novel web experience is(More)
—This paper presents the last advances in Glob3 Mobile, a multi-platform graphics engine for Virtual Globes oriented to any kind of user. More specifically, the document focuses on the possibilities that programmable graphic pipelines have to offer regarding the rendering of many kinds of geospatial symbology. This paper explains a few key aspects about(More)
As the volume of data that can be shown in a virtual globe increases, it becomes necessary to develop techniques which provides an unambiguous and meaningful visualization. In this paper, we propose a server-client architecture which allows the transmission of large datasets to be shown in a mobile virtual globe. A variation of the quadtree structure is(More)
During the last years the usage of 3D applications in GIS is becoming more popular. Since the appearance of Google Earth, users are familiarized with 3D environments. On the other hand, nowadays computers with 3D acceleration are common, broadband access is widespread and the public information that can be used in GIS clients that are able to use data from(More)
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