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Tutorials


Basics and Setup

Demonstrates how to construct a WorldWindow with a few layers.

Describes how to setup an application to use the WorldWind Android library.

Describes the development environment that the WorldWind team uses to work on WorldWind Android.

Lines, Shapes, and Images

Demonstrates how to configure and add an Ellipse shape to the globe.

Demonstrates how to display labels on a WorldWind globe.

Demonstrates how to add Paths to a RenderableLayer.

Demonstrates how to add Placemarks to a RenderableLayer.

Demonstrates how to pick and highlight Placemarks.

Demonstrates how to add Polygons to a RenderableLayer.

Demonstrates how to specify dashed outlines and repeating fill patterns for shapes.

Demonstrates the globe's Tessellator.

Demonstrates how to add SurfaceImages to a RenderableLayer.

Navigation and Views

Demonstrates how to override the WorldWindowController gesture controller to implement custom behaviors.

Demonstrates how to use a Camera to view a position. Also shows how to configure the WorldWindow's camera to point a particular direction from a specific position and how to compute great circle distance and azimuth between two positions.

Details the use of the OmnidirectionalSightline object for displaying line of sight with terrain.

Demonstrates how to use LookAt to view a position. Also shows how to compute great circle distance and azimuth between two positions.

Demonstrates how to receive and consume navigator events.

Formats and Protocols

Demonstrates how to display a GeoPackage database containing high resolution monochromatic imagery of Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach, VA.

Demonstrates how to add an OGC Web Coverage Service (WCS) elevation coverage.

Demonstrates how to construct a WMSLayer with the LayerFactory.

Demonstrates how to display an OGC Web Map Tile Service (WMTS) layer.



Update on up and coming releases of NASA WorldWind

Dear WorldWind Community,

Here is a quick update on our progress with the latest WorldWind release which is now just a few weeks away. We are in the midst of getting closure on newly required release documentation and artifacts through our technology transfer and legal team. We understand that quite a few of you are eager to receive these new releases and we appreciate your patience. Rest assured that NASA is committed to continued support of WorldWind. In fact, the investment we are making in the hardening of WorldWind’s software release artifacts is a testament to NASA’s plans for WorldWind support in the future.

We are excited to receive your feedback. If you haven’t done so already, please click here to take part in a 2-question survey so we can connect with you, learn about your use of WorldWind and better support your needs. Also, visit our contact page for ways to comment or ask questions.