Thank you for the positive feedback on CE 2017.
The CityEngine Web Viewer will be maintained, but there are no new features planned.
Development is focused on export to SLPK for the ArcGIS Online 3D Scene Viewer
One feedback about SLPK and ArcGIS Online 3D Scene Viewer.... The workflow to publish a Scene and create a new 3D Scene View is too slow for me, but ok, I undestand why ESRI is focused on ArcGIS Online 3D Scene Viewer (Let´s do it)
Today I´m trying to create a new 3D Scene View using my data from CityEngine, I´m getting confuse . I followed the steps:
First option : CityEngine to SLK to ArcGIS Portal
Second Option: ArcGIS Pro
Third Option: Toolbox on ArcGIS Pro
What I´m doing wrong and There´s another way to publish my 3D Projects?
Thank you for your feedback.
Since I'm mainly concerned with CityEngine let me focus on the first option you mentioned.
In general there is better support for global scenes. Maybe this could also be a solution in your case.
I had a question about scene creation workflows. I can create hundreds of web scenes using just the Python API, but it sounds like the same cannot be done with Local Scenes? Is that correct? Is there anyway to template a local scene in CityEngine so that you can go from selected layer to local scene with a URL using the python API? Or would it have to be a mixed workflow?
I've been using the Cityengine Web viewer to display a 3D Images of underground aquifers, works great! My issue is I added a basic polygon shape file, just the outline (in ARCScene, Looks great) for context purposes and then proceeded to update my AGOL story. When the Cityengine loads it takes the polygon outline and fills it in with an arbitrarily color and it changes the view of the original data. Essentially it is not portraying the data exactly how I have prepared it in ARCScene. Please advise, thanks you!