Thank you very much for this excellent library.

Is there a way to :

– have elevation angle between 2 GlobalPosition points ?

– add “CalculateEndingGlobalPositions(reference, GlobalPosition_Start, Angle_bearing, Distance)”

Thank you again.

]]>Thank you very much for this excellent library.

Is there a way to :

– have elevation angle between 2 GlobalPosition points ?

– add “CalculateEndingGlobalPositions(reference, GlobalPosition_Start, Angle_bearing, Distance)”

Thank you again.

]]>C#, GPS Receivers, and Geocaching: Vincenty’s Formula « Talk Nerdy To Me – Java, C#, .Net « Blog Archive

]]>I posted a question about the Direct function on SOF. If you ever get a second free, would really appreciate your advise.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/31687723/vincenty-direct-formula-latitude-issue

Thanks

Tommy

]]>Great code! Can you confirm my assumption that Google Earth also uses the Vincenty’s formula with WGS84 when calculating the length of a multi point line. I find the distance calculations match exactly.

Andrew

]]>Nevertheless the code you have presented is much easier to get into, and for distances of less than a 100km might be accurate, but I havent done any comparisons. ]]>

As a SW engineer, I was looking to make up a project that was interesting and useful to my hobby, Geocaching. I have been thinking of creating a geodetic class library, and was studying others that are often MFC in C++. My hope was to make an organized .NET library in C#. No need now, this is well thought out, modern and well referenced. A textbook example of a design and implementation.

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