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Click the Map Layer sidebar button () in the top right to show or hide the layer menu, then click on a map layer in the list to make it appear on the globe. Click the layer again to remove it from the globe. Click the folder icon next to any layer to show layer details. For more information, watch the YouTube video below.
No. Cesium runs without an install. It uses HTML5 standards, namely WebGL, that are natively supported by browsers.
Recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer 11 are supported and tested with every release. Safari and Opera both work as well, but are not as actively tested.
Cesium runs on any platform with a WebGL capable browser, including Windows, Linux, OS X, Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.
Cesium works on any video card that supports WebGL. This includes almost all NVIDIA and AMD cards made since 2004 as well as recent Intel video cards.
To see if your video card supports WebGL, visit our WebGL Report.
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