La Palma Volcano Tracking Tool

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About this app

La Palma Volcano Eruption Tracking Tool is an app built on the Flutter framework that allows the Visualization of various Tracks, such as Historic, Lava Flow, Affected Areas, Pre-historic, Landscape, Sulphur Dioxide Emissions, Situation, and Located Events map, for La Palmas onto the Liquid Galaxy.
The project presents multiple layers of information on the events that occurred in the eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma during the fall of 2021.
Data such as the evolution of lava flows and many more are presented in a graphical and interactive way on the Liquid Galaxy platform, a visualization cluster based on Google Earth.
Further customizations are possible with the help of the Custom Builder, which has an interactive UX where the user can check the data he wants and visualize the Custom KML by providing start and end dates with the help of a calendar widget.
The Map screen UI is a perfect interaction tool for the panoramic display of Google Earth with the help of Google Maps, and it allows us to control the LG and send Orbit movements and various other controls.
The app shows essential information about the La Palma Volcanic activity in an elegant and user-friendly way.
It supports 10 Languages: Arabic, German, English, Spanish, Hindi, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Albanian, and Chinese (Simplified).
The app comes in both day and night modes, and one can "tour" the app to get familiar with all the features.
Lastly, the app has an info tab that lists helpful information along with the sources so that one can use this app for research and education purposes.

This project has been started as a Google Summer of Code 2022 project with the Liquid Galaxy Organization, developed by
Yash Raj Bharti.
Lleida Liquid Galaxy LAB support: Pau Francino
Liquid Galaxy Org Director: Andreu Ibañez
App released by Alejandro Illán Marcos
Updated on
Aug 30, 2022

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Version 1.0. Original version