Click here for the live application.
Click here for the source code.
To date we have only testing the app on Windows 10 desktops. We suspect that drivers for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One controllers are bundled with Windows 10.
How Do I Fly?
|Left Axis||Horizontal movement. Adjust to move the observer forward, back, left and right.|
|Right Axis||Look. Adjust to change the horizontal and vertical angle of observation.|
|Left Bumper||Zoom to previous web scene slide.|
|Right Bumper||Zoom to next web scene slide.|
|A Button (green)||Perform identify on the currently selected scene layer object.|
|B Button (red)||Hide identify window.|
|Menu Button||Show controller button map.|
|Start Button||Reset controller. This is used to reset the "at rest" values for the controller.|
Don't Like This Map?
By default, the application loads this San Diego web scene. This can be customized with a webscene url argument, for example.
- When the app starts, the camera may spontaneously creep without any controller interaction. Occasionally it may be an erratic spin. To correct this, after a few seconds press the start button. This will reset the controller.
- Occasionally when the app starts, scene layers (e.g. buildings) may no fully load. To correct this refresh the browser and wait 5-10 seconds before using the controller.