• Building the Cumulative Exposure to Climate Change App

      In June of 2017 we began another collaboration with Dr. Camilo Mora of the University of Hawaii, Department of Geography. This came on the heels of our previous project with Dr. Mora to develop a web mapp...
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  • Map Quiz

    Map Quiz is fun JavaScript-based geo-game developed by the Applications Prototype Lab. The game tests your geographic knowledge with six randomly selected satellite images. Prove that you are a geo-genius at home, sch...
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  • Arctic Dem Revisited

    Arctic Dem is a prototype app developed a few years ago in conjunction with President Barack Obama's executive order calling to "enhance coordination of national efforts in the Arctic" . With a small preliminary datas...
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  • Welcome to the new APL web demo page!

    Welcome to the Applications Prototype Lab’s new web demo page: https://apl.esri.com.     Our new home page for web applications has an updated, fresh look that we hope is easier to navigate and explor...
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  • Solar Eclipse Finder

    Solar Eclipse Finder is a JavaScript-based web application that displays past and future solar eclipses that pass through a user defined location.  The source data is published as an AGOL hosted service with the ...
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  • Hydro Hierarchy

    Hydro Hierarchy is an experimental web application for visualizing the US river network. Click here to view the live application. Source code is available on agol and github. There are approximately a quarter of a ...
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  • GeoJigsaw

    GeoJigsaw is a community driven geographic jigsaw puzzle.  If you are feeling creative you can create a puzzle and share it with the puzzle community.  If you are feeling competitive, try beating the high sc...
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  • Map Lens

    Map Lens is a sample JavaScript-based web application that demonstrates lensing or perhaps a better description is "draggable map insets".  Lensing offers many benefits over traditional swiping which is commonly ...
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  • 3D Terrain Mapping in a Browser

      Is it really possible to view 3D terrain in a browser? Yes, with the aid of Silverlight, Esri’s Silverlight SDK and Balder, an open source 3D graphics engine. The sample web application pictured above is...
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  • Augmented Reality and ESRI’s ArcGIS API for Silverlight

    The lab has just completed a prototype that combines ESRI’s ArcGIS API for Silverlight with the open source Silverlight Augmented Reality Toolkit. The toolkit allows developers to detect the spatial orientation...
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  • Landsat Lens 2

    Landsat Lens is a touch and mouse friendly application for browsing past and present Landsat satellite imagery hosted by Esri. Click here for the live app. Click here for the source code.   Using a mouse, a le...
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  • Landsat Touch for Silverlight

      The Lab is proud to release Landsat Touch, a Silverlight based web application for browsing the newly published Landsat imagery. Download the source code from here:http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=...
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  • Animated Cartograms

      A cartogram is a map where areas or lengths are distorted to represent thematic content such as population or GDP. This sample is a Silverlight-based web application that maps cartograms of international touri...
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  • Inside a Web Map: Heatwaves: Number of Deadly Heat Days

    In the Spring of last year Dr. Camilo Mora of the University of Hawaii Manoa contacted our team.  He wanted to know if we would be interested in developing an interactive web map to display the results of a resea...
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  • Landsat Pivot Viewer

      The source code is available here.   The landsat program recently celebrated its 40th birthday. Since the launch of the first satellite in 1972 the program has amassed more than 3,000,000 images.   ...
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  • Realistic Waters Effects in JavaScript Web Apps

    At 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 Prototy...
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  • Landsat Viewer

    The lab has just completed an experimental viewer designed to sort, filter and extract individual Landsat scenes. The viewer is a web application developed using Esri's JavaScript API and a three.js-based ex...
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  • 3d Navigation with Xbox Controller

      This is an experimental project to test the effectiveness of using a Microsoft Xbox controller to navigate in 3d web applications built using Esri's ArcGIS API for JavaScript.  This work was inspired by a...
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  • Spider Diagram Geoprocessing Tool

      The map above shows some spider diagrams. These diagrams are useful for presenting spatial distribution, for example, customers for a retail outlet or the hometowns of university students. The lab was recently...
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  • Deep Learning with the AWS DeepLens

    Motivation Amazon recently released a deep learning enabled camera called the DeepLens (https://aws.amazon.com/deeplens/). The DeepLens allows developers to build, train, and deploy deep learning models to carry out ...
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