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csousa-esristaff
Click to view contentLidar provides a fascinating glimpse into the landscape of the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve. Using a ground elevation service and a point cloud created from lidar, and natural color imagery, we created an interactive routing application that allows users to virtually drive through the Preserve.   This article will tell you how we created… (Show more)
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mdeaton-esristaff
Click to view contentIntro The Applications Prototype Lab was asked to create an app that would collect and record cellular signal strength at various locations around the new Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve. Two of us did just that: my colleague Al Pascual wrote the iOS version, and I wrote the Android version.   Though we used very different approaches—some of… (Show more)
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esysu3
Is there a tool/platform for a community engagement (crowdsourcing) that has incentivized GIS learning and data entry?   Types (Examples): Point Reward System (PokemonGO) - Users learn GIS and gain points as they use new tools within Apps. Adventure (Similar elements to Geocaching) - More information is needed at a specific location. Request… (Show more)
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rcarmichael-esristaff
Click to view contentAt last year's Developer Summit, Jesse van den Kieboom demonstrated how realistic water effects can be applied to a JavaScript based web application (see slides, demo and source).  The Prototype Lab modified Jesse's code to work with coastal inundation areas hosted in an AGOL feature service.  This sample is based on version 4.3 of the ArcGIS API… (Show more)
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bgerlt-esristaff
Click to view contentI recently updated the Distributive Flow Lines (DFL) tool, simplifying the interface and making it compatible with Pro.  If you want to use the tool in ArcMap, the previous version of the DFL and the previous blog are still available.  The previous blog also contains a little background on distributive flow maps and some details about the internal… (Show more)
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