I have 27 point data representing values of groundwater heads in a 3 by 3 grid at three different depths. I want to do two things: (1) represent these 27 points in ArcScene as a 3D map (I know the distances and depths among these points); (2) represent the attribute values (groundwater heads) at these points in 3D map and calculate the…(Show moreShow less)
At the Esri User Conference each year, we present a wide range of what we call Technical Workshops. Recordings of 50 of these (~1 hour long) presentations from the 2016 conference are now available on YouTube.
I was just at the 3D and UC conference in San Diego. One of the presenters was working on a model in CityEngine and was having some of the same issues that I have been in regards to bringing in a basemap at a high enough resolution... Theirs looked great, like a vector layer. I asked how they did it and they ran through the steps which resulted…(Show moreShow less)
All good Im just really busy. I just used create TIN as I had already created a multipoint from my LAS data set. I I used the basemap as hardline so that I could symbolize the TIN to look like my vector basemap I used the multipoint as the height source.
Hello there! If you missed the Facilities Envisioning Center presentation at the UC, I encourage you to check out the application of ArcGIS 3D capabilities to the world of property, workplace, and facilities management. A video link is here ArcGIS – A Mapping Platform for Property and Faci...
This video offers highlights from the Esri UC 2016 envisioning center presentation on using the ArcGIS platform and a location strategy to improve the business of property and facility management. It includes live demonstration of exciting new tools for the corporate real estate and workplace services business practice.
This blog will be dedicated to feature extraction from raster or point clouds to vector. I have been generating content for the World Topo Map Basemaps including the Contours, Spot Elevations, Vegetation and even buildings from Lidar. Lately, I have been focused on extracting buildings and trees from Lidar and/or imagery. I wrote a tool to…(Show moreShow less)
In 2014, Esri introduced Scene Layers which are items in the Web GIS architecture that are used to represent 3D GIS features and that combine a scalable graphics cache with attributes, symbology, and can connect to feature services. Esri applications that consume scene layers are able to use indexing and multiple levels of detail (LODs) in the…(Show moreShow less)
I have a couple of las files for a city and I need to make a 3D model of the buildings, which should display info about the building when clicked on. I am pretty new to ARCGIS so I don't have the best idea to go about this. I have already downloaded LASTOOLS and can use it to view the lidar data. Also, would I need to use sketchup for a problem…(Show moreShow less)