This library supports both, the "Haversine" and the "Vincenty" algorithm.
"Haversine" is a bit faster but "Vincenty" is far more accurate!
Catmull-Rom algorithm is used for smoothing out the path.
final Distance distance = new Distance(); // km = 423 final int km = distance.as(LengthUnit.Kilometer, new LatLng(52.518611,13.408056),new LatLng(51.519475,7.46694444)); // meter = 422591.551 final int meter = distance( new LatLng(52.518611,13.408056), new LatLng(51.519475,7.46694444) );
final Distance distance = const Distance(); final num distanceInMeter = (EARTH_RADIUS * math.PI / 4).round(); final p1 = new LatLng(0.0, 0.0); final p2 = distance.offset(p1, distanceInMeter, 180); // LatLng(latitude:-45.219848, longitude:0.0) print(p2.round()); // 45° 13' 11.45" S, 0° 0' 0.00" O print(p2.toSexagesimal());
// zigzag is a list of coordinates final Path path = new Path.from(zigzag); // Result is below final Path steps = path.equalize(8,smoothPath: true);
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Lightweight library for common latitude and longitude calculation
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dependencies: latlong: ^0.3.2
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