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WorldWind Android is a 3D virtual globe API for Android, developed by NASA. It provides a geographic context with high-resolution terrain, used to visualize geographic or geo-located information in 3D and 2D. Developers can customize the globe’s terrain and imagery. WorldWind Android provides a collection of shapes for displaying and interacting with geographic data and representing a range of geometric objects.

Compatible with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and newer.


Snapshots

Get development build snapshots with the latest features and bug fixes from oss.jfrog.org:

repositories {
    maven {
        url 'https://oss.jfrog.org/artifactory/oss-snapshot-local'
    }
}

...

compile 'gov.nasa.worldwind.android:worldwind:0.9.0-SNAPSHOT'


New versions of WorldWind released

Web WorldWind 0.10.0 and WorldWind Java 2.2.0 are now available on GitHub. The new version of Web WorldWind addresses potential vulnerabilities in the code and underlying packages. The new version of WorldWind Java focuses on upgrading to Java 11 and JOGL 2.4 as well as a switch to Apache 2.0 license. WorldWind’s API remains largely unchanged in this release and we are committed to maintaining a consistent API in future releases. More information on the release can be found at these links: Web WorldWind 0.10.0 and WorldWind Java 2.2.0.

Please direct questions to our new email address: arc-worldwind@mail.nasa.gov.