did anyone already face problems with
glb importing as 3D Models?
I create my
glb file in Python through
pyvista/vtk/pygltflib. However, when I import it in Cesium Ion, the only option that seems to work is 3D Models (import as 3D tiles).
Also, when importing as 3D Models (import as 3D tiles) to Cesium Ion, it does not come with any orientation, and thus I cannot try it in SandCastle, because it simply does not work.
An example of a
glb file is here.
model_MAG_IGRF_grid_v0_0_3_1_try02_ravel_C.glb (40.6 KB)
And why do I want to import it as 3D Models?
- Because the model comes in an upward orientation instead of its original one (horizontal, as a map) as 3D Models (import as 3D tiles). And when we try to rotate it in Cesium Ion, it gets the wrong position. And positioning is crucial for our case since we are working with accurate georeferenced data.
- Also, we are having trouble rotating the 3D Models (import as 3D tiles), which is a 3DTileset. The origin of the model (as depicted in the Cesium Ion Editor is not centered at the model but at its edge.
- And we need to do that without Cesium Ion editor, through an automated process (lines of codes, therefore).