Tilt the camera to show a 3D view. Move the camera and change altitude on the camera.
- [Narrator] We've been using map types…that are two dimensional.…Cameras and regions take on new perspectives…when we get three dimensional.…Apple calls the three dimensional view a Flyover.…There's two ways to get a Flyover mode.…You've seen one of them already,…the Type attribute in the Story Board.…There's one more property of the Story Board…that will help us with Flyover.…Close the App again and go back to the…Update Map Camera method and add this line to the camera.…
Camera.pitch and set it to 30.0.…This rotates the angle of the camera.…Zero is straight up and down.…You can then rotate the angle from…that point to any degrees you would like.…With this 30 degree angle, run the App again.…Maples in Beverly Hills have the same maps they did before…but Chicago, Chatham, and New York maps are different.…
They've angled the streets in a perspective mode.…The simulator does not give the full effect…of maps on a device, especially in Flyover.…You need to test an auditive device for Flyover.…If you have a phone handy hook it up to your Mac.…
- Getting coordinates from the web
- Working with Core Location data types and regions
- Creating a map in 2D, 3D, satellite, and flyover views
- Adding annotations
- Adding overlays
- Finding the current location
- Tracking heading, speed, and region
- Searching for locations
- Requesting and displaying directions
Skill Level Advanced
1. Basic Map and Location Concepts
5. Current Location
6. Heading, Speed, and Regions
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