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Description

GeoXplorer is an Earth and Planetary Science application. The user can view a variety of photogrammetric models of geological outcrops from around the world. Most of these can be viewed in full 1:1 scale and so can be explored as if the user is really there, as well as reduced to 1:10 scale for a better overview. There is also the option to view other planetary bodies (Moon and Mars) and eventually there'll be outcrops and DEMs to view for notable locations. The dev scripts and complete documentation are available at https://github.com/martinjpratt/GeoXplorer - Brand new upload so likely a whole bunch of bugs Voice commands: "Compass" brings up strike-and-dip tool and places it at the Gaze hit location on the model "Ruler" brings up the measurement tool and places it at the Gaze hit location on the model "Measure" places the other end of the measurement tool "Remove" hides the strike-and-dip or measurement tools "Fetch" on the object stage, if the model appears in front of the menu, say fetch to tag-along the menu and move it in to a more accessible possition. "Fix" fixes the menu into its current position Airtap commands: Planets can be rotated Icons that turn red can be clicked Teleportations can be achieved by airtap-and-hold on a model

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Additional information

Published by

Fossett Laboratory at WUSTL

Release date

8/1/2018

Approximate size

88.72 MB

Age rating

For all ages


This app can

Use your microphone
Access your Internet connection
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
Access your home or work networks
See your current and past surroundings

Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)




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