In the next coming release of gvSIG 2.3, several improvements (and very striking) related to 3D views will be provided. One of the most important one will be the possibility to reproject a 2D view 3D view.
In gvSIG 2.2 3D Views can be applied only to 2D Views in EPSG: 4326. This constraint will disappear in the next version, and user can work on any projection without limitation in the use of 3D Views.
Here it is the video where this new function is shown:
Thanks for this presentation …
In how many time, we can try all this wonderful news …. for instance we only have gvsig 2.3 RC1 ?
Thanks for the reply … and perhaps a date or a link … to try !!
We’re working in the stabilization of gvSIG 2.3. Soon we will have a RC2 with the new tools/functionalities. We hope to release the final build before August.
Thanks very much for the prompt reply !!
I know gvsig since version 1 … and at this time there was a special program for the 3D …. So I’m very impatient to see the news functionalties of the gvsig 2.3 (specially the possiblity to extrude the vector file with the argument z ….).
Good job and thanks again …
About Extrusion: http://jgrasstechtips.blogspot.com.es/2016/06/extrusion-for-3d-vector-view-in-gvsig.html
It is envisaged soon be able to view the 3D CityGML format directly in GVsig ?
without processing or other treatment?
It could be possible soon because gvSIG uses GDAL/OGR in gvSIG 2.3 and in theory CityGML it will be supported.
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