Hello, I’m currently working with bathymetry data as .LAZ files. I’m using the REST api as provided in the github repository to upload each file individually. When providing the type:3DTILES, sourcetype:POINT_CLOUD, I also give it a position as to avoid having to do it manually in the GUI.
However, I’m finding that when doing this the tileset location in the GUI is completely wrong. Attached are some snapshots showing that the uploads are successful, but when providing the correct position through the REST api, the point cloud is found floating high in the North Atlantic. If this same position is entered in the cesium GUI, it shows up exactly where expected. Another test was providing [0, 0, 0] as a position through the REST api, and again the point cloud is found floating high above Northern Africa. If the position attribute is commented out, the origin is in fact [0, 0, ~17]… Is there some correctively offset that I’m missing?
The original data was in UTM 14N and converted into a .LAZ file, but the position location provided are in EPSG:4326 WGS 84. Thanks @omar