The 3D graphics rendering library is designed to be included as a component in any number of real time GPS display devices, running on various hardware and operating systems. Its range of view port scaling goes from planetary, down to less than 10 feet of the surface.


Library utilities allow line graphics to be added on the surface, or suspended in 3D at a particular point in space, or relative to the viewer. This can be used to show “highway in the sky” graphics, or paths along the ground. Terrain image “tiles” can be sourced from many places, and can be satellite images, scanned 2D maps and more. Future expansion will allow real time updating of the terrain “wrapper” images to show swaths of a farm tractor or crop duster, 3D objects such as vehicles, and rendering generic terrain where no satellite images exist in the database.