3D imagery is available to view in the New MapBrowser. This is also referred to as 3D Viewer.
This guide includes the following sections:
Viewing 3D Imagery
You can view 3D imagery in the New MapBrowser by selecting 3D from the drop-down list above the compass:
Understanding 3D Capture Dates
Each 3D capture is made up of multiple surveys, flown at different dates. The capture name at the bottom of the screen consists of the region of the capture and the month and year of the first survey in the capture.
Navigating the 3D Imagery
Please refer to our Nearmap Coverage page to see the up-to-date 3D coverage in the US and in Australia.
3D Imagery Constraints
Because of the unique nature of capturing 3D imagery, we have a few constraints:
3D Imagery Resolution
Viewing 3D FAQs
|What browsers are recommended for viewing 3D in MapBrowser?|
For best results use modern browsers that support WebGL (https://get.webgl.org/).
We recommend the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Microsoft Edge is not recommended. IE 11 is not supported.
|Can I measure in 3D?||Yes. Refer to Measuring in 3D to learn how to drop a location tool and measure line length, relative height and area.|
|Can I export 3D imagery?|
3D Export lets you download our 3D content for use in third party applications. Please contact your account manager to discuss options to enable exporting 3D imagery with your subscription.
Refer to Exporting 3D to learn how to export 3D imagery.
Watch the video: MapBrowser - 3D Viewer & 3D Export