Category Archives: GPS navigation
Walking Through Time was featured as a full page news story in the Scottish national newspaper The Sunday Herald. On page 5 too! check out the online version here: http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/education/latest-iphone-app-lets-users-satnav-through-time-1.995767 it seems to have captured the publics imagination. Published on … Continue reading →
Ok so this is it, the project ended 4 weeks ago, but we’ve been fiddling with it ever since. Its a very cool product and has opened up many possibilities in terms of research, innovation and possible industrial links. This … Continue reading →
One of our goals was to try and produce something which worked cross platform. We recognised this was a bit of a steep call but our lofty goals haven’t stopped us this far. As a lot of our earlier work … Continue reading →
An interesting article about all things community mapping and even the use of pigeons.
GPS is all well and good but is useless indoors and in sight obscured landscapes like ravines or dense urban enviornments its nigh on impossioble to get a decent signal. So, this non- GPS location service from Nokia is very … Continue reading →
Hi guys this is a workshop i’m giving with Jen Southern at FutureSonic next week… http://www.socialtechsummit.org/jenSouthernAndChrisSpeed it uses a small iPhone App coded by Jochen from Informatics… http://www.comob.org.uk
Stumbled across this interesting post as an alternative to using smart phones. Using radio networks rather than phones to relay GPS information, it’s like a CB version of twitter.
This is kinda fun for the iPhone – its plays wikipedia citations according to the geo-location information. Obviously many of these are historical. http://www.tuaw.com/tag/geolocation/ I’ll install on my iphone and feedback after wandering the streets of edinburgh!