Cesium with a azimuthal equidistant projection?

I’d like to make a scale model of the globe as if it were an azimuthal equidistant projection or polar projection instead of an oblate spheroid. Is this possible with Cesium? I may want to make just some parts of this model large enough to walk around in, say New Zealand as in relation to Antarctica. You might think of this as a pie shaped section instead of the entire projection as long as all the AE or polar attributes were retained. Is this possible?

Thank you.

Sure, except it was invented thousands of years before we had anything capable of flying into space to send back eyewitness accounts of our planet’s shape. Before then, the only way to see Earth from an interstellar point of view was by combining math with crap-load of imagination.

Most map projections bend and stretch the globe until it’s flat enough to show the whole world at once. In other words, most map projections show you so much that they lose their perspective

Man never went into the second law of thermodynamics violation you call space because space is impossible. No one has ever seen the planets shape you don’t even know we live on a planet. All balloon and rocket launches done by regular people all show the Earth as flat. It may not exactly be an azimuthal equidistant projection but it’s for sure not a globe. We have line of sight measurements that prove the assumed radius is 100% false.

But lets get back to the topic at hand. You claim it’s possible to use Cesium with an AE projection. How?