We offer download of the whole project and possibility of practical work with Marushka Design. There are also live demonstrations of other realized projects.
Complete project to download
- 3D vectors and point clouds in Marushka Design
GLS in Combination with 3D Vectors
- In this example we will demonstrate, that it is possible to view geodetically measured Point Cloud in combination with 3D vectors.
- This example was created in version 220.127.116.11, so it does not have to be compatible with older versions.
- Download and try the complete project.
- This document contains detailed instructions on how to make it, complete Test Project and source SHP files or Sqlite database.
More live examples of other projects
Cadastral Map Bratislava (Slovakia)
- This project displays the cadastral map of Bratislava fragment (city parts I and IV) on ortophoto base map of that area. This fragment was used for the demonstration of functionality of the project.
- In addition to the layer Cadastral map (Katastrální mapa) you can turn on layer Roads (Cesty) or layer Addresses (Adresy). The referenced points for layer Adresy are displayed by the red points, under which is an information query. This query is invoked by clicking on the appropriate icon; it displays detailed information about a specific address.
- For better orientation was added vicinity map, displaying the ortophoto map of this area.
3D Electrical Power Grid (Czech Republic)
- This sample project displays point cloud of geodetically oriented points in combination with power grid vectors. The high voltage is marked by yellow line, low voltage by red and public lighting by blue.
- If you click on 3D icon, the dialogue box with caption Marushka 3D will invoke.
- In the first row with caption Profil, after clicking on button z/x, it is possible to define a profile cut line directly into map window. After defining the cut and after clicking on Create button, the dialog box will be invoked. It is also possible to set cut width. Control of this dialog box is completely standard.
- In the second row with caption Panorama, there is just one button, which activates a dialog box 3D Panorama. To load data into this window, it is necessary to click anywhere in the map. This dialogue box is controlled by mouse and arrow keys and by buttons on the right side of the dialogue box. Using these buttons can be performed operations, such as set default north view, set default horizon to 0°, set height of view above terrain, run high definition view or run current view in red/cyan stereo view.
3D Landscape Relief Model
- This demo project displays 3D landscape relief model with example of vectors in the form of fictitious electric pylons and power lines in 3D.
- Pylons are displayed by yellow color and power lines by red. Button 3D starts a panoramatic view.
- To load data into this window, it is necessary to click anywhere in the map. This dialogue box is controlled by mouse and arrow keys and by buttons on the right side of the dialogue box. Using these buttons can be performed operations, such as set default north view, set default horizon to 0°, set height of view above terrain, run high definition view or run current view in red/cyan stereo view.
3D Terrain Model Rovaniemi (Finland)
- This project displays 2D model of the terrain in street Teerikatu in Rovaniemi, Finland.
- Data was scanned using a mobile scanner. Data are divided into categories based on the type.
- The project includes two popular Google layers, allowing a better orientation in the area. These are displayed below an actual drawing.
- The project includes three cross sections with documentation queries, containing documents relating to these cuts. After clicking on the icon "i" the list of documents for the given cut will display; it is possible to open, view, delete or upload new documents.
- There is also integrated a localization query, which allows to localize an element by its ID. This localization query can be found in the "Find" panel tab. In the "Draw" panel tab is included drawing query, allowing drawing one of three geometric shapes. For each shape you can also insert a note and save it directly into the database.
Utility Networks San Diego (USA)
- This project displays a course of utility networks in the small part of the city San Diego.
- The project includes a total of six main utility lines; in the left upper corner are also drawn connections to individual parcels.
- Under the utility networks is always displayed one of pair of Google map layers, aerial photography or general map. These are displayed as popular layers. In the tab "Find" is created a localization query, Localize Parcel by ID.
- In the tab "Draw" are three queries – Draw Line, Point or Polygon, that allow drawing the mentioned geometric shapes with the option to add a note and save them directly into the database table.
Video Pasport Pilsen (Czech Republic)
- This project shows the cycling path in the part of Pilsen city, divided into individual sections.
- For individual sections were taken short video sequences filmed by a moving cyclist. These short sequences also contain spatial information about their progress.
- Clicking on the icon activates the pop-up bubble and initializes the video player that automatically starts playing the movie section of the given sequence. At the same time there is a moving point in the map showing the location of the video camera when it was shooting video sequence.
- Video player allows you to switch to full screen mode, move the video sequence and if there is also a video sequence in opposite direction, it allows user to switch it. During playback, it is possible to perform alee the "View" transactions.
OpenStreetMap Brno (Czech Republic)
- This sample project displays the cutout of OpenStreet map of Czech republic, specifically the area of Brno and its surroundings.
- It should demonstrate that it is also possible to visualize OpenStreet map data in Marushka.