Easy to create with a configurator.
Can be integrated into any type of website.
Add markers, texts, lines or HTML elements
to geo locations.
Responsive, cross-browser compatible,
works in WebViews
Lightweight: less than 50 KB (gzipped),
Secure and data protection compliant,
no dependencies, no cookies
Scripting API for advanced use cases.
Comes with documentation, source code,
support and unlimited updates.
Get Hyper Globe at
Get an idea of how to create a globe.
What can I use it for?
Anything you can think of, e.g. display of branch offices, travel plans, points of interest, shipping routes, international partners, origin of resources, service apps, education, statistics, heatmaps, data visualisation, special effects.
Where can it be integrated?
Any CMS, page builder or type of website should be ok. All you have to do is insert HTML code. WordPress users have the option to integrate it with a plugin.
You should be able to host files on your web server but it is not required (everything can be embedded into the code).
It even works with local HTML files and in WebViews (apps).
What technologies are used?
CSS variables are used for styling, so the appearance can be changed with @media queries.
A WebGL context is used for fast rendering.
Can I use it with my framework?
You are free to use it with the framework of your choice (e.g. React/Vue/Angular/...) but we cannot assist you.
Is there a trail version?
Sorry, we do not offer a trail version.
You purchase without risk, as you get a full refund if you are not satisfied!
What skills are required?
The configurator can be used by anyone.
What can I do with custom CSS?
- Styling based on @media queries (e.g. for smartphones or dark mode)
- Styling of hover states
- Styling based on custom CSS selectors
What can I do with scripting?
- Use events (e.g. marker click) for custom behaviors.
- Dynamically add or remove content
- Animate the globe and content styles
- Use helper methods (e.g. get the geo location of a click)
Can I load locations from a database?
Yes, but you have to write the server-side script to fetch and serve the data yourself.
The documentation shows a way to add content loaded via an Ajax request.