GPlates Portal is an interactive visualization of cutting-edge geoscience datasets.
youbeQ is a free multiplayer driving and flight simulator.
The French national mapping agency (IGN) displays its geographical and topographical maps with Cesium.
ATO Visualizer is an online application which uses Cesium for interactive visualization of Air Tasking Orders (ATOs).
SUNSHINE - "Smart UrbaN ServIces for Higher eNergy Efficiency" delivers innovative digital services, interoperable with existing geographic web-service infrastructures, supporting improved energy efficiency at the urban and building level.
NORAD Tracks Santa
Analytical Graphics, Inc. used Cesium to develop the Santa tracker for NORAD Tracks Santa.
Doarama™ is an online service which uses Cesium for interactive visualisation of GPS logs of sporting activities.
Greg Beatty from Analytical Graphics, Inc. used Cesium to develop an app to integrate GPS ski track location data with videos taken on a recent ski trip to Salt Lake City, UT.
For the NASA International Space Apps Challenge, developers from Analytical Graphics, Inc. used Cesium to build a visualization for images taken from the ISS.
D3 and Cesium
Alexander Wood and Ed Mackey from Analytical Graphics, Inc. developed an app that showcases the synergy between the powerful open source visualization frameworks D3 and Cesium.
NASA Interactive Satellite Viewer (iSat) is a tool developed by Koansys for exploring satellite orbits with an emphasis on NASA Science missions.
NICTA uses Cesium in the Subspace project for a growing number of 3D geospatial visualization initiatives.
Alex Greenland used Cesium as the core for the redevelopment of his desktop satellite tracking program AGSatTrack.
VT MAK developed the WebLVC Simulation Viewer using Cesium to show a 3D view into a persistent real-time distributed simulation.
Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services used Cesium to add 3D to Vega.
Sandcastle is a live code editor and example gallery. Browse examples highlighting features of the Cesium API and edit and run them all in your web browser. Cesium applications created in Sandcastle can even be saved and downloaded.
The Cesium Viewer can be run without any CZML loaded into it. Simply drag-and-drop a CZML file from your desktop into the viewer.
Cesium Language (CZML) is a JSON schema for describing time-dynamic graphical scenes in a web browser running Cesium. This example demonstrates the ability to stream CZML in real-time from a server running STK Components.
A gallery of CZML files showing dynamic-data visualization.