ArcGIS Earth is an open-access application that you can use to easily display Nearmap's 3D textured mesh imagery created in ESRI supported format. Use this application when you want to visualise a 3D mesh model that is geometrically correct and highly accurate.
The 3D imagery is delivered in geo-referenced Scene Layer Packages (.slpk files).
Note: ArcGIS Earth is an ESRI product, and as such any support you may need should be directed to ESRI.
This guide is intended to give you general instructions on how to view Nearmap 3D imagery in ArcGIS Earth, and might not reflect the latest version of the application.
ArcGIS Earth Version 1.6 Build No. 2193 tested as at time of article publish.
Open ArcGIS Earth:
- Click the + from the tool bar, then select Add Files:
- Click Select files, and select the local .slpk file you wish to view.
The application will zoom in to display the high-resolution 3D imagery in the center:
- You can zoom in, tilt, and pan using your mouse:
Note: You can view the projection in the settings. Leave the default Web Mercator projection: