HERE iOS SDK Developer's Guide

NMAStreetLevelOrientation

Structure Summary

structure NMAStreetLevelOrientation

The NMAStreetLevelOrientation struct encapsulates the information required to specify the viewing position within an NMAStreetLevelView.

Include: NMAKit.framework/headers/NMAStreetLevelOrientation.h

[For complete information, see the section Structure Details]

Public Property Summary

Table 1. Public Properties
Public Properties

CGFloat  heading

The heading represents the viewing direction in the horizontal plane (north, south, east, or west)

CGFloat  pitch

The pitch represents the viewing direction in the vertical plane containing the look vector

Structure Details

The NMAStreetLevelOrientation struct encapsulates the information required to specify the viewing position within an NMAStreetLevelView.

Public Property Details

CGFloat heading

The heading represents the viewing direction in the horizontal plane (north, south, east, or west). The heading is specified in degrees, with 0 degrees pointing north, and rotating clockwise as the value increases. The valid range is given by the NMAStreetLevelView::minimumHeading and NMAStreetLevelView::maximumHeading properties.

CGFloat pitch

The pitch represents the viewing direction in the vertical plane containing the look vector. The value is specified in degrees, with 0 degrees pointing at the horizon (parallel to the ground) and 90 degrees pointing straight at the sky. The valid range is given by the NMAStreetLevelView::minimumPitch and NMAStreetLevelView::maximumPitch properties.

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