Display a 2.5D map with elevation. This is the example used in the Getting started tutorial.

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index.js
// # Giro3D - Getting started

// ### Welcome to Giro3D !

// In this tutorial, we will cover the base features of Giro3D : the creation of the
// [instance](../apidoc/classes/core.Instance.html), the creation of a
// [map](../apidoc/classes/entities.Map.html), and setting up the navigation controls.

// ##### Note
// This walkthrough is based on the [2.5D Map example](../examples/getting-started.html).
// Feel free to visit this example to see the final result of this tutorial.

import { Vector3 } from 'three';
import { MapControls } from 'three/examples/jsm/controls/MapControls.js';

import TileWMS from 'ol/source/TileWMS.js';

import Instance from '@giro3d/giro3d/core/Instance.js';
import Extent from '@giro3d/giro3d/core/geographic/Extent.js';
import Map from '@giro3d/giro3d/entities/Map.js';
import ColorLayer from '@giro3d/giro3d/core/layer/ColorLayer.js';
import ElevationLayer from '@giro3d/giro3d/core/layer/ElevationLayer.js';
import BilFormat from '@giro3d/giro3d/formats/BilFormat.js';
import Inspector from '@giro3d/giro3d/gui/Inspector.js';
import TiledImageSource from '@giro3d/giro3d/sources/TiledImageSource.js';



// ### Initialization of the Giro3D instance

// Before creating our map, we must setup Giro3D in our page, by creating an instance.

// The instance is the entry point of a Giro3D context. It needs a DOM element to render its scene.

// We will use the `viewerDiv` element from our HTML page to initialize the instance.
const viewer = document.getElementById('viewerDiv');

// #### Register the custom CRS

// Our map uses the [EPSG:3946](https://epsg.io/3946) French coordinate reference system (CRS) that
// is not built-in into Giro3D's CRS registry.

// ####
// Let's register a definition for this CRS. The definition is taken from https://epsg.io/3946.proj4.
Instance.registerCRS(
    'EPSG:3946',
    '+proj=lcc +lat_1=45.25 +lat_2=46.75 +lat_0=46 +lon_0=3 +x_0=1700000 +y_0=5200000 +ellps=GRS80 +towgs84=0,0,0,0,0,0,0 +units=m +no_defs',
);

// Now we are ready to create our instance. Note that the `crs` parameter is necessary to determine
// the interpretation of coordinates from the 3D scene.
const instance = new Instance(viewer, { crs: 'EPSG:3946' });

// ### Create the Map

// Let's create a map of the city of [Lyon](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyon), with satellite
// imagery and a digital elevation model (DEM).

// #### Specify the map extent

// A map is a rectangular region of the world that will contain geographic data.

// Let's define a geographic extent (or bounding box) of our map.
// We initialize the [`Extent`](../apidoc/classes/core.geographic.Extent.html) class,
// specifying the CRS name (that we just defined above), with the minimum and maximum X (longitude,
// or easting) and Y (latitude, or northing) values.
const xmin = 1837816.94334;
const xmax = 1847692.32501;
const ymin = 5170036.4587;
const ymax = 5178412.82698;

const extent = new Extent('EPSG:3946', xmin, xmax, ymin, ymax);

// #### Create the Map object

// Now we can create the Map. Let's give it a nice identifier,
// and the extent in the constructor options.
const map = new Map('city-of-lyon', { extent });

// Let's add the map to the instance.
instance.add(map);

// #### Create the color layer

// If we looked at the page now, the map would be rendered as a colored rectangle.
// This is the aspect of the map without any data in it (only the background color).
// Nothing very exciting.

// Let's add a color layer.

// In Giro3D, layers are the basic components of the Map. They can be either a color layer,
// or an elevation layer. In both cases, the data comes from a source.

// ##### Specify the data source

// Let's create a source that will pull data from a WMS service.
// We are using the
// [`TiledImageSource`](../apidoc/classes/sources.TiledImageSource.html) for that.
// This source will wrap an OpenLayers source, in this case a `TileWMS`.
const satelliteSource = new TiledImageSource({
    source: new TileWMS({
        url: 'https://data.geopf.fr/wms-r',
        projection: 'EPSG:3946',
        params: {
            LAYERS: ['HR.ORTHOIMAGERY.ORTHOPHOTOS'],
            FORMAT: 'image/jpeg',
        },
    }),
});

// ##### Create the layer

// Now we can create the layer. Note that we specify an extent for the layer. This is not
// strictly required, but since our map is much smaller than the WMS source, we want to avoid
// processing data that is outside our layer.
const colorLayer = new ColorLayer({
    name: 'satellite',
    source: satelliteSource,
    extent: map.extent,
});

// And add it to the map.
map.addLayer(colorLayer);

// Note: `addLayer()` is an asynchronous method, because the layer must be prepared before being
// ready for rendering. We could use the returned promise to wait for the end of the preprocessing
// step, but we don't need that in our example.

// #### Creation of the elevation layer

// Creating an elevation layer is a very similar process to the color layer : we initialize the
// source, then create the layer and add it to the map.

// The only difference is that we are going to use an
// [`ElevationLayer`](../apidoc/classes/core.layer.ElevationLayer.html).

// Contrary to the color layer, the elevation layer does not produce any color information on the
// map, but it rather deforms the map to display the terrain (hence the name 2.5D map).

// Let's create a WMS source for this layer.
const demSource = new TiledImageSource({
    source: new TileWMS({
        url: 'https://data.geopf.fr/wms-r',
        projection: 'EPSG:3946',
        crossOrigin: 'anonymous',
        params: {
            LAYERS: ['ELEVATION.ELEVATIONGRIDCOVERAGE.HIGHRES'],
            FORMAT: 'image/x-bil;bits=32',
        },
    }),
    format: new BilFormat(),
    noDataValue: -1000,
});

// Then create the elevation layer.
const elevationLayer = new ElevationLayer({
    name: 'dem',
    extent: map.extent,
    source: demSource,
});

// ##### Add the layer

// Now we are ready to add our layer to the map.
map.addLayer(elevationLayer);

// ### Set the camera and navigation controls

// Giro3D uses the THREE.js controls to navigate in the scene. In our example, we are going to use
// the `MapControls`, which are perfectly adapted to our need.

// Let's get the THREE camera of our scene.
const camera = instance.camera.camera3D;

// Let's specify the camera position. We will position it in the southwest corner of the map, at an
// altitude of 2000 meters.
const cameraAltitude = 2000;

const cameraPosition = new Vector3(extent.west(), extent.south(), cameraAltitude);

camera.position.copy(cameraPosition);

// Now we can create the `MapControls` with our camera and the DOM element of our scene.
const controls = new MapControls(camera, instance.domElement);

// Let's set the controls' target to our map center.
controls.target = extent.centerAsVector3();

// And specify some parameters for the navigation.
controls.enableDamping = true;
controls.dampingFactor = 0.2;
controls.maxPolarAngle = Math.PI / 2.3;

controls.saveState();

// Now let's register those controls with the instance. The instance will automatically register
// the event handlers relevant to the navigation in the scene.
instance.useTHREEControls(controls);

// ### Optional: Set up the inspector

// This is an optional step, but very useful for diagnostic and debugging issues with Giro3D.
// The `Inspector` is a panel containing lots of useful information about the Giro3D instance.

// This supposes that we have a `div` ready to host our inspector.

Inspector.attach(document.getElementById('panelDiv'), instance);

// Initialize the coordinate bar widget on our instance.


// ### Moving around

// Use the mouse the navigate in the scene and observe the map updating with fresh data.

// [See the final result](../examples/getting-started.html).
index.html
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">

<head>
  <meta charset="UTF-8">
  <title>Giro3D - 2.5D Map</title>
  <link href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/bootstrap@5.3.2/dist/css/bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet" integrity="sha384-T3c6CoIi6uLrA9TneNEoa7RxnatzjcDSCmG1MXxSR1GAsXEV/Dwwykc2MPK8M2HN" crossorigin="anonymous">
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/bootstrap-icons@1.11.3/font/bootstrap-icons.min.css">
  <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/bootstrap@5.3.2/dist/js/bootstrap.bundle.min.js" integrity="sha384-C6RzsynM9kWDrMNeT87bh95OGNyZPhcTNXj1NW7RuBCsyN/o0jlpcV8Qyq46cDfL" crossorigin="anonymous"></script>
  <style>
    body {
      padding: 0;
      margin: 0;
      width: 100vw;
      height: 100vh;
    }

    #viewerDiv {
      width: 100%;
      height: 100%;
    }

    #panelDiv {
      position: absolute;
      top: 0;
      left: 0;
    }
    
  </style>
</head>

<body>
  <div id="viewerDiv"></div>
  <div id="panelDiv"></div>
  

  <script type="module" src="index.js"></script>
  <script>
    /* activate popovers */
    const popoverTriggerList = [].slice.call(document.querySelectorAll('[data-bs-toggle="popover"]'));
    popoverTriggerList.map(
      // bootstrap is used as script in the template, disable warning about undef
      // eslint-disable-next-line no-undef
      popoverTriggerEl => new bootstrap.Popover(popoverTriggerEl, {
        trigger: 'hover',
        placement: 'left',
        content: document.getElementById(popoverTriggerEl.getAttribute('data-bs-content')).innerHTML,
        html: true,
      }),
    );
  </script>
</body>

</html>
package.json
{
  "name": "getting-started",
  "dependencies": {
    "@giro3d/giro3d": "0.36.0",
    "colormap": "^2.3.2",
    "@turf/turf": "^6.5.0"
  },
  "devDependencies": {
    "vite": "^3.2.3"
  },
  "scripts": {
    "start": "vite",
    "build": "vite build"
  }
}