The data (lat/lon points) I want to render on the globe is huge, so considering the performance issue, I’d like to render the data based on level of zooming. Only the data within the current view is going to be rendered, but I couldn’t figure out how to find the boundaries of the current view. I think Cesium has the capacity of doing this, because it is similar to how Cesium updating imagery tiles within the current view.
Can someone give me some pointers on how to find the boundaries of the current view? A simple example would be perfect.
Thanks in advance,