The 2.0 version just came out and it's a lot of new functionality and a whole new interface. You can draw on the globe. I kid you not.
They're going for schools here. Teachers, students, geography, history, that sort of thing.
Of course it's all about me, so yes it's using WhirlyGlobe-Maply. More WhirlyGlobe than Maply, for sure. StrataLogic 1.0 was using WhirlyGlobe, but I never got around to posting about it. Er, duh.
Anyway, without going into too much (any) detail on the inner workings, there are a lot of moving parts here. The interface is entirely the product of a talented team at RoundArch Isobar. The data sets are shared with the desktop version, which is based on Google Earth and owned by HerffJones-Nystrom.
I did the globe portion, as you might guess. That may look like the big piece, but trust me, it ain't. That interface is pretty deep.
These guys have been a client for the better part of a year and it's nice working with a team. They've been willing to experiment and bring the necessary resources to bear. I think the result speaks for itself.