A digital twin of Munakata, Japan, with 3D buildings that can be styled or individually inspected
i-Urban Renovation, built on CesiumJS, visualizes local government building data covering ~ 120 sq km. The buildings are streamed with 3D Tiles.
Users can click buildings for feature data or style buildings using a variety of metrics, including based on:
- usage, such as residential, business, commercial, government, agriculture, and so on,
- number of floors, making it easy to see the distribution of high-rise and low-rise buildings,
- construction materials, such as wood, or reinforced concrete, and
- construction year, showing the distribution of the new and old buildings.