Python interface to the Windows and Web client of WorldWide Telescope
WWT Web Client lets you explore the universe in your browser!
Example notebook(s) for pywwt
WorldWide Telescope Windows Application
This is a meta repository to help navigate the repositories of the WorldWide Telescope community on GitHub.
Meta repository for user and developer documentation
Website for the WorldWide Telescope Project
This document describes a process that can be used to create tiled image pyramids to be used with WorldWide Telescope.
This SDK support the development of pipelines for large scale processing of WWT compatible TOAST and Mercator Tiles for both image tiles and DEM tiles, including sky and planetary surface images.
Advanced documentation guides for WWT
Describes the setup, development process, API set and samples to aid developers in building their own applications with the WWT Webclient.
Describes how to write a Windows program to send data to WorldWide Telescope
Describes the data file formats used by WorldWide Telescope
Describes how 2D images are represented in 3D in WWT
Describes the use of a number of Windows tools that can be used to help prepare data for the WorldWide Telescope.+
The WorldWide Telescope User Manual
A swing control interface for WorldWide Telescope that allows you to swing your was thru space.
Repository of Open WorldWide Telescope Project Information
An Excel Plugin for WorldWide Telescope to bind visualizations in WWT to Excel Spreadsheets and tables
Cluster Controller for WorldWide Telescope running in multi-channel domes, power walls and other multiple machine or headless operation
Source code for Narwhal, a library and demo apps for visualization of complex datasets in WorldWide Telescope.