We are happy to announce the release of Cesium 1.43. This release contains a built-in account key for Cesium ion, our new commercial platform composed of web services and tools to complement CesiumJS’s visualization. The account is free for non-commercial, commercial, and government use until September 1, 2018.
You can also now add Cesium World Terrain to your application. Cesium World Terrain is our new high-resolution global terrain tileset that replaces STK World Terrain, which is deprecated starting today and will be available until September 1, 2018.
Other highlights include:
- Fixed bug where KmlDataSource did not use Ellipsoid to convert coordinates. Use
options.ellipsoidto pass the ellipsoid to KmlDataSource constructors / loaders.
- Fixed bug where 3D Tiles Point Clouds would fail in Internet Explorer.
For the full list of changes, see the change log.
- Randy Meech, most recently CEO of Mapzen, and Neil Trevett of NVIDIA have joined the Cesium advisory board.
- Using cesium.com’s upcoming 3D tiling pipeline, we tiled Trimble’s point cloud of the historic Pharsalia Cabin for exploring in 3D.
- Read about how we added CityGML as a supported input format to our upcoming tiling pipeline as part of the OGC Testbed 13.
LiDAR profile of the Pharsalia site in Virginia, visualized in Cesium with 3D Tiles. Image credit: Trimble, Inc.
CityGML data from Berlin in Cesium, colored based on latitude using 3D Tiles styling.
- The Game Developer Conference (GDC) is March 19–23. If you’ll be there, be sure to meet up with us.
- The accepted sessions for FOSS4G NA, which is May 14–16, have been announced.
We have three new showcases up on our demos page.